Karim Medrek presents his credentials as Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary in Vanuatu
Rabat – Karim Medrek, Moroccan Ambassador to Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific States, with residence in Canberra, presented his credentials to the President of the Republic of Vanuatu, Tallis Obed Moses on August 13.
At the ceremony, Moses expressed his admiration for the role of King Mohammed VI in promoting South-South cooperation and welcomed the excellent bilateral relations since the signing of the joint statement for the establishment of diplomatic relations between Morocco and Vanuatu on December 14, 2000.
The president recalled that the two countries have strengthened their cooperation over the past two decades in various fields.
Moses also thanked the Kingdom for its many initiatives to strengthen cooperation in the fields of education, health, and the fight against terrorism.
Ambassador Medrek conveyed to the President of Vanuatu the warmest greetings and most sincere wishes of King Mohammed VI.
The Ambassador also expressed his willingness to contribute, through political dialogue, to the promotion of economic cooperation between the Kingdom of Morocco and the Republic of Vanuatu.
“This complementarity, reinforced by regular consultations and dialogue, has resulted in multilateral action where Morocco and Vanuatu can create innovative partnerships,” said the King’s Ambassador to Vanuatu.
Vanuatu is a country in the southern Pacific Ocean consisting of about 80 islands stretching 1,300 kilometers. Its population of 276,244 is concentrated in the capital Port Vila on Efate Island and Luganville on Espiritu Santo.