The King is expected to fly to Saudi Arabia before his possible visit to Jordan.
During his visit, which the royal cabinet has not confirmed, the King will discuss several regional issues with the Saudi royal family, including the Libyan crisis and the Israeli-Arab conflict.
The monarch will also fly to Jordan on April 26, a source told a Moroccan outlet.
“The two countries are preparing to receive the King of Morocco for talks related to the latest developments on the Arab scene, including the dangerous crisis in Libya and the Arab-Israeli conflict,” the source added.
The King’s visit to Jordan comes shortly after Jordanian King Abdullah II visited Morocco in March.
During his visit, the two monarchs issued a joint statement on their discussions.
Among the topics discussed were the Palestinian cause and the Syrian crisis. Both monarchs also expressed determination to strengthen diplomatic ties.
King Mohammed VI’s possible visit to Saudi Arabia comes at a time during rumors of friction between Rabat and Riyadh.
In the past two months, local and international media reported that Morocco recalled its ambassadors from both Riyadh and Abu Dhabi because of the two Gulf countries’ positions on Morocco’s interests, including its territorial integrity.
Morocco denied the rumors, emphasizing that its diplomatic ties with the UAE and Saudi Arabia are strong and historic.
There have also been formal letter exchanges and phone conversations between King Mohammed VI and King Salman of Saudi Arabia.
The first formal phone conversation came from King Salman, who called for a discussion on Saudi-Morocco relations. During the phone call, King Salman requested Morocco review their “brotherly relationship.”
The latest move came from the Moroccan monarch, who sent a “brotherly” message to Saudi Arabia earlier this month.
Morocco’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Nasser Bourita conveyed the message while on a tour of Gulf countries, including Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Kuwait.