Speaker meets Morocco’s Foreign Minister

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Rabat, Nov. 9 (BNA): Speaker of the Council of Representatives, Fawzia bint Abdulla Zainal, has stressed that the parliamentary diplomacies of Bahrain and Morocco are working together to activate the parliamentary role at international gatherings, achieve common interests, defend Arab issues and strengthen the deep-rooted solid bilateral relations, thanks to the unwavering interest of His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa and His Majesty King Mohammed VI of Morocco.
 
The speaker underlined the Representatives Council’s keenness to broaden cooperation fields with Morocco, in light of the available huge potentials in the two brotherly countries, to achieve their common interests, adding that exchanging parliamentary visits contributes to strengthening bilateral relations at all levels.
 
The speaker made the statements during her meeting with Morocco’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Nasser Bourita, as part of her official visit to Morocco, along with a parliamentary delegation.
 
During the meeting, she lauded Morocco’s supportive stances towards Bahrain’s security and stability, as well as its backing of the measures it takes in this regard and keenness to stand with the kingdom under all circumstances, praising the tremendous efforts and commendable contributions of HM King Mohammed VI, the Chairman of the Al-Quds Committee, to efforts to defend Jerusalem as a city of peace, tolerance and co-existence.
 
The Moroccan minister stressed the depth of the fraternal relations between Bahrain and his country and the advanced level they have reached, affirming Morocco’s support for all measures taken by Bahrain to protect its security and stability, and counter terrorism and foreign interference into its domestic affairs.
 
He praised the current level of the ever-progressing Bahraini-Moroccan relations, hailing the effective and influential presence of the “wise” Bahraini diplomacy at the Arab, regional and global arenas.
 
Members of the Bahraini-Moroccan Friendship Committee, MPs Isa Al-Qadhi and Isa Al-Dossari, and the Bahraini Ambassador to Morocco, Khalid Al-Musalla, were present.
 
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