The president of Palestine’s High Judicial Council thanked the King and all Moroccans for sharing Morocco’s judicial experience.
Rabat – Morocco’s Minister of Justice Mohamed Aujjar held talks with the president of the High Judicial Council of the State of Palestine, Emad Saleem, on Thursday.
In a statement to the press, Saleem said that the discussions focused on ways to improve the ties of friendship, fraternity, and cooperation between Morocco and Palestine, particularly in the judicial field, highlighting the long-standing relations between the two brotherly countries.
The Palestinian official commended the readiness of Morocco to share its judiciaexperience with his country and expressed his gratitude to King Mohammed VI, as well as his sincere thanks to Moroccans.
For his part, Aujjar reiterated Morocco’s willingness to work towards the consolidation of judicial cooperation with the State of Palestine and to promote the cooperation, praising the achievements Palestine has made in establishing an independent judiciary.
He also underlined that Morocco attaches great importance to the Palestinian question, considered it one of its national causes. Aujjar noted that in accordance with royal instructions, the Moroccan government, administrations, and political parties mobilize all their resources to support the issue.