Morocco, Mauritania Hail Strong Bilateral Ties

Speaker of Morocco’s House of Councilors (Upper House), Enaam Mayara, and Mauritania’s Ambassador Ahmed Ould Bahia hailed, Tuesday in Rabat, the strong and deep human, spiritual and brotherly ties between the two countries. During their meeting, both parties reviewed the different aspects of bilateral relations and the means to further strengthen them in various areas, the House of Councilors said in a press release, noting that Mayara affirmed that bilateral relations have experienced significant momentum in recent years thanks to the wise and far-sighted vision of HM King Mohammed VI and HE President Mohamed Ould Cheikh El Ghazouani. Mayara called for building on this momentum to promote cooperation in strategic sectors which offer a real opportunity for strengthening cooperation and partnership, the same source added. In this respect, he underlined the need to strengthen common parliamentary cooperation to promote government efforts and build bridges of rapprochement between the two brotherly peoples, emphasizing the strong will of the House of Councilors to promote cooperation ties with the Mauritanian parliament and establish permanent channels of dialogue and coordination. For his part, Ould Bahia expressed his pride in the brotherhood and solidarity relations between the two countries, expressing his admiration for the development experienced by the Kingdom in various areas. The Mauritanian diplomat also reiterated his country’s determination to promote and diversify bilateral cooperation, particularly in economy and commerce, adding that Mauritania and Morocco are called upon to give new momentum to their parliamentary cooperation through strengthening dialogue and consultation mechanisms.