Egypt wants to form global partnership with Morocco
This year's celebration comes at a time when Moroccan-Egyptian relations are at their best with development in different fields, Ashraf Ibrahim said.
The ambassador of Egypt in Morocco, Mr. Ashraf Ibrahim, underlined the existence of a real will to form a global partnership between Egypt and Morocco, during a reception organized on Wednesday, in Rabat, in the occasion of the National Day of the Arab Republic of Egypt, commemorating the 66th anniversary of the revolution of July 1952.
"This year's celebration comes at a time when Moroccan-Egyptian relations are at their best with development in different fields in order to raise them to the level of strategic partnership that both countries aspire to, especially through the resumption of the meetings of the Moroccan-Egyptian High Joint Committee, (...) which will represent a remarkable transition in bilateral relations in their various aspects," said Ibrahim in an address on the occasion of this reception, as per maroc-diplomatique.
The relationship between the two countries is evidence of coordination in all matters of common interest, both in bilateral relations and in relation to Arab issues and the work of the African Union (AU) and its organs including the Peace and Security Council, peacekeeping operations and the issue of hotbeds, development of the continent, the fight against terrorism and climate change, Ibrahim added.
At the Arab level, there are several crises and issues that mobilize the support and coordination of the two countries to ensure the stability of the Arab States, said the ambassador, noting that at the African level, the two countries play an important key role in the development of the continent.
Egypt is aware of Morocco's leading role in efforts on the African continent, he said, recalling that his country has been one of the most fervent supporters of the Kingdom's return to the AU.