Morocco Determined to Foster Cooperation Ties with S.Korea, Govt. Head

Morocco is determined to foster its cooperation ties with South Korea in different areas, said, Tuesday in Rabat, head of government Saad Eddine El Othmani.

According to a statement from the Head of Government’s office, El Othmani voiced the Kingdom’s willingness to strengthen cooperation with the Republic of Korea, during his meeting with deputy speaker of the National Assembly of South Korea Lee Ju-Young, who is on a visit to Morocco with a large parliamentary delegation. On this occasion, the Head of the Government recalled the important results of his official visit to the Republic of Korea at the invitation of his Korean counterpart, which opened new prospects for bilateral cooperation in several sectors, said the statement. He also recalled the African policy adopted by Morocco, under the leadership of HM King Mohammed VI, and the Kingdom’s unwavering desire to develop tripartite cooperation programs with its international partners in favor of sister African nations, lauding the important role played by parliamentary diplomacy in strengthening friendship relations between the two countries and boosting bilateral cooperation in various fields.

Ju-Young expressed his country’s special interest in the consolidation of friendship and cooperation relations with the Kingdom of Morocco, given its important status in the African continent and the role it plays on the international scene in many economic and social issues, affirming the willingness of many leading Korean companies to explore the possibilities of doing business in Morocco. The Korean official also voiced the wish of his country to benefit from Morocco’s African expertise and the momentum experienced by the national economy, it said.

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