Sahara – Morocco, New Zealand Eyes to Set up Political Consultations Mechanism

Morocco and New Zealand signed, Tuesday in Wellington, two memoranda of cooperation in order to give new impetus to their bilateral links.

Signed by secretary of state to the minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Mounia Boucetta, and chief executive and secretary of New Zealand’s ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Brook Barrington, the first agreement provides for the setting up of a political consultations mechanism, while the second one concerns economic, technical and cultural cooperation.

“These documents stress the importance of strengthening cooperation links between Morocco and New Zealand, which are committed to work together in order to develop and promote their relations at the political, economic and cultural levels,” Boucetta told MAP at the end of the 2nd session of political consultations.

These consultations, which are part of the royal vision to diversify our partners, have given a new impetus to bilateral cooperation between Rabat and Wellington, added the Moroccan official, who is on a working visit to New Zealand, the first of its kind since 2009.

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