The President of the Spanish government Pedro Sanchez said, Monday in Madrid, that the new roadmap established between Spain and Morocco last April, on the occasion of his visit to Morocco at the invitation of HM King Mohammed VI, places “bilateral cooperation on stronger pillars.” This new stage of relations between the two countries will also strengthen “mutual trust”, said Sanchez, who chaired the 7th Conference of Spanish ambassadors accredited abroad. In addition, the President of the Spanish government stressed the importance of “stability” of North Africa to “move towards a more prosperous cooperation”. “Stability and security in our southern neighborhood must remain a top priority,” he said. “I said earlier that during the Spanish Presidency of the European Union, we will organize a summit with the southern neighborhood at the European level to implement and develop this positive agenda that we must have with our southern neighbors,” Sanchez said. Based on the new roadmap, the two countries are committed, among other things, to address issues of common interest in a “spirit of trust and consultation,” while reactivating the working groups created between the two countries to revive bilateral multisectoral cooperation.
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