FM Sees Morocco-Spain Cooperation in Migration Management as ‘Exemplary’, ‘Unique’

The Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans Abroad, Nasser Bourita described, on Wednesday in New York, Morocco-Spain cooperation relations in the field of migration management as “exemplary” and “unique.” After his talks with his Spanish counterpart, José Manuel Albares, Bourita told the press that partnership dynamics on this component will have positive repercussions both bilaterally and regionally. The Moroccan minister announced on this occasion, that Rabat and Madrid intend to coordinate their efforts at a meeting scheduled for December to involve other countries in this approach to manage the migration issue and fight against trafficking networks. In addition, Bourita welcomed the success of the Marhaba operation through the quality of cooperation and coordination between Morocco and Spain, as well as the restoration of maritime links between the two countries, stressing that Morocco-Spain relations have resumed under the best auspices. Talks between Bourita and Albares took place on the sidelines of the 77th United Nations General Assembly.