Kushner was received by King Mohammed VI on May 28.
The Moroccan Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nasser Bourita, said that the government does not know yet of “any peace plan for the resolution of the conflict.”
Bourita made his statement during a joint press conference with his French counterpart Jean-Yves Le Drian, who has been on an official visit to Morocco since June 7.
“Morocco does not know yet of the content of any peace plan and will express its position when it will be informed about the details of the initiative,” Bourita said.
The statement comes after the visit of US senior adviser Jared Kushner on May 28.
During the visit, news reports suggested that the visit aimed to seek support for the US-led Middle East Peace Plan.
Bourita, however, said that the recent visit of Kushner touched on “bilateral relations and developments in the Middle East.”
He also added that the visit served as an opportunity for Morocco and King Mohammed VI to emphasize the country’s “well-known’ positions on the issue, referring to Morocco’s unwavering support for the Palestinian cause.
Le Drian also joined Bourita to say that his country has not been informed yet of the content of the Deal of the Century. He added that Rabat and Paris have “identical” stances on the situation in the Middle East.