King Mohammed VI and King Abdullah II Ibn Al Hussein, Sovereign of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, have decided to raise the fraternal and cooperation relations between Morocco and Jordan to the level of a multidimensional strategic partnership.
The joint statement issued at the end of the working and friendship visit paid by King Abdullah II to Morocco on March 27-28, at the invitation of the King Mohammed VI, underlines that the two Sovereigns have decided, in this regard, to implement concrete projects in areas such as energy, agriculture and tourism.
The two heads of State also agreed that a Moroccan economic mission, including representatives of Morocco’s Employers Association (CGEM) and the professional Group of Moroccan Banks (GPBM), would visit Jordan to explore investment and cooperation opportunities between the private sectors of the two countries, adds the statement read by Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation minister Nasser Bourita at a joint press briefing, held Thursday in Casablanca with his Jordanian counterpart, Ayman Safadi.
King Mohammed VI has given his high instructions for the establishment of a vocational training/qualification center in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan in areas of expertise related to the tourism, agro-industry and construction sectors, as well as for sharing with this sister country Morocco’s experience in the field of water resources management.
King Abdullah II’s visit to Morocco is part of the consolidation of the bonds of sincere brotherhood that unite the two Sovereigns, the achievement of the policy of continuous consultation and permanent coordination between the two leaders and the enshrining of the values of active solidarity between the two brother Kingdoms, underlines the same source, stressing that this visit allowed the two Sovereigns to have in-depth discussions on several regional issues of common interest and to note with satisfaction the convergence of views on them.