Morocco and Spain, aware of the magnitude and strategic importance of the ties that unite them and the legitimate aspirations of both peoples for peace, security and prosperity, are today embarking on the building of a new stage in their bilateral relationship. “Based on the principles of transparency, permanent dialogue, mutual respect, compliance and implementation of commitments and agreements signed by both parties, this new stage responds to the call of His Majesty King Mohammed VI, to ‘inaugurate an unprecedented stage in the relations between the two countries’ and His Majesty King Felipe VI to ‘walk together to materialize this new relationship’ “, read the joint statement adopted at the end of extensive discussions between His Majesty King Mohammed VI and the President of the Spanish Government, Pedro Sanchez, who is on an official visit to Morocco at the invitation of the Sovereign. It also corresponds to the desire of the President of the Spanish Government, H.E. Pedro Sanchez “to build a relationship on more solid foundations,” said the joint statement, adding that “In this spirit, the two countries intend to establish a sustainable and ambitious roadmap”. The visit to Morocco of the President of the Spanish Government is an important moment to consolidate this roadmap and define the priorities of the next High Level Meeting (HLM), to be held before the end of this year, it said. According to the joint statement, the letter sent by the President of the Spanish Government, H.E. Pedro Sanchez, to His Majesty King Mohammed VI, on March 14, 2022, as well as the telephone conversation between the Sovereign and the President of the Spanish Government, on March 31, have opened a new page in the relations between the Kingdom of Morocco and the Kingdom of Spain.
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