Morocco and Austria, two great nations with an ancestral history, celebrate on Monday the 240th anniversary of the signing of the peace and friendship treaty and the trade agreement between the two countries. “On April 17, 1783, Mohamed Ben Abdelmalik, ambassador of Sultan Moulay Mohammed III, successfully negotiated and signed a treaty of peace and friendship and a trade agreement with Austria, which is a great historical event between two great nations,” tweeted, on this occasion, Morocco’s Ambassador in Vienna, Azzeddine Farhane. Bilateral relations between Morocco and Austria, which date back to 1783, have received a new impetus with the recent official visits to Morocco by the Austrian Federal Chancellor, Karl Nehammer and the President of the Austrian National Council, Wolfgang Sobotka, opening “a promising new perspective for bilateral cooperation,” said the diplomat. Indeed, relations between Rabat and Vienna are experiencing a strong momentum, driven by the desire of both parties to strengthen bilateral cooperation, in harmony with the historical depth of ties that unite them.
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