Spain and Morocco maintain a “strategic cooperation” in all areas, stressed Monday Spanish Prime Minister, Pedro Sanchez. “For Spain, Morocco is a strategic partner with which we must walk together,” Sanchez noted during a joint press briefing with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, who is visiting Spain. “We appreciate the partnership and strategic cooperation that we have with Morocco,” insisted, in this regard, the head of the Iberian executive. Sanchez referred in this context to the words of King Felipe VI of Spain, Monday in Madrid, according to which he stressed the importance of redefining the relationship with Morocco on “stronger and more solid pillars”. “I agree with the statements of the head of state on Morocco,” he said. “Now, both nations must walk together to start materializing this new relationship,” King Felipe VI had said earlier during a reception granted to the diplomatic corps accredited in Spain.
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