Morocco’s King Mohammed VI received UAE’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed, who conveyed a message from Abu Dhabi’s Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed.
During the meeting they discussed bilateral relations, ways to enhance cooperation in all fields, and regional and international issues of common interest.
The talks were attended on the Moroccan side by Fouad Ali El Himma, advisor to the King, and Nasser Bourita, minister of foreign affairs, African cooperation and Moroccans Abroad, and on the Emirati side by the Director of the office of Sheikh Abdullah Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Mohamed Mahmoud Al Khaja.
Sheikh Abdullah also met with the Moroccan FM in Rabat to review bilateral relations between the two brotherly countries and ways to further boost joint cooperation in various areas.
The two diplomats discussed regional developments, including the coronavirus pandemic and ways to curb its spread, and touched on several international issues.
The UAE Foreign Minister reaffirmed that the leaderships of both the UAE and Morocco share close brotherly ties and are always eager to boost cooperation across all sectors to achieve the common interests of the two countries and their peoples.
The Emirati FM reiterated his country’s firm stance in reaffirming its full support for Morocco's sovereignty over the Moroccan Sahara and its support for Morocco’s autonomy initiative over this region.