7th Morocco-Guinea Joint Cooperation Commission Shows New Dynamic in Both Countries’ Relations – Guinean FM

The 7th Morocco-Guinea Joint Cooperation Commission, held in Dakhla, is testimony to the new dynamic that the two countries intend to give to their bilateral relations, said Morissanda Kouyaté, Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Integration and Guineans Living Abroad. This session “bears witness to the new dynamic that our two countries intend to give to their relations” under the leadership of His Majesty King Mohammed VI and His Excellency Colonel Mamadi Doumbouya, President of the Transition, President of the National Rally Committee for Development (CNRD), Head of State, Supreme Chief of the Armed Forces, said Kouyaté at the opening of this meeting co-chaired with the Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccan Expatriates, Nasser Bourita. This meeting falls within the framework of strengthening the historic ties of friendship and fraternity between the two countries, he noted, noting that the holding of this 7th session, at this particular moment in the rebuilding of the State in the Republic of Guinea, is “an expression of the constant support and customary solidarity of the Moroccan people and government towards the Guinean authorities and people”. The Guinean diplomat added that the organization of this session also illustrates the “determination of our two leaders to follow in the footsteps of their predecessors.” “The present session is the ideal framework for assessing the level of implementation of our legal instruments, as well as the conclusions and recommendations of the sixth session held in Conakry in 2012,” he continued. Kouyaté also stressed that “relations between Guinea and Morocco are healthy and will remain healthy thanks to the will of both governments and our two leaders.” He expressed his conviction that “this session, which enabled important agreements to be reviewed and signed, will contribute to further strengthening bilateral relations by capitalizing on the rich experience and expertise of both sides, as well as the resources and potential of our two countries for the benefit of their respective populations.” Kouyaté also noted that the transition underway in Guinea was going well. “We have, under the leadership of Colonel Doumbouya, begun to rebuild the state, but on the basis of rebuilding the infrastructure that our country sorely lacks”, he added, inviting Morocco to “join Guinea in meeting this challenge.”