Mezouar holds talks with the Kuwaiti Foreign Minister

Mezouar holds talks with the Kuwaiti Foreign Minister

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The Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Mr. Salaheddine Mezouar held, on Saturday 22 March 2014, talks with Sheikh Sabah Khaled Al-Sabah, Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Kuwait, on the margins of the Arab League Summit, which is attended by the Foreign Ministers and the Heads of State of the Arab countries.

During this meeting, the two parties addressed ways to strengthen the bilateral relations between the Kingdom of Morocco and Kuwait, and also discussed international issues of common interest.

The Kuwaiti Foreign Minister welcomed the level of bilateral relations, under the Leadership of the Heads of State of the two countries, and commended the holding of the Moroccan-Kuwaiti Joint Cooperation Committee meetings, which was held last year in Kuwait, recalling that Morocco will host the next meeting of the Joint Cooperation Committee, in the forthcoming months of the current year.

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Kuwait also expressed his country’s desire to cooperate with Morocco and to take advantage of its expertise in its partnershipwith Africa, stressing that the Kuwait Fund for Development will establish a contact with the Moroccan Officials, in order to coordinate all matters relating to human development projects, particularly projects launched by the Royal visit to some African Countries.

He also affirmed, to the same effect, Kuwait’s disposition to share its experience with Morocco in the private sector in all fields related to the economy.

For his part, Mr. Mezouar conveyed to his Kuwaiti counterpart, Morocco’s satisfaction with the Kuwait’s support in carrying out its structural projects, stressing in this context, that Morocco is equipped with a modern and divers economy that offers a number of investment opportunities.

Mr. Mezouar also welcomed the active role played by Kuwait in laying the foundations of peace and stability in the region, especially with regional crises, and particularly the Syrian crisis.

Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs