Mr. Bourita Welcomes 'Constructive' Stance of Liberia on Moroccan Sahara

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السيد بوريطة ينوه بموقف ليبيريا الإيجابي والبناء حول قضية الصحراء المغربية
Rabat, (MAEC) - Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans Expatriates, Mr. Nasser Bourita welcomed, Monday in Rabat, the "positive and constructive" stance of Liberia on the Moroccan Sahara issue.

Liberia has actively supported the international legality and the legitimate rights of the Kingdom of Morocco to this part of its territory, particularly at the United Nations, the minister said at a joint press briefing with his Liberian counterpart, Dee-Maxwell Saah Kemayah, following bilateral talks.

Saah Kemayah's first visit to Morocco is part of the distinguished relations between the two countries, said Mr. Bourita, stressing that these relations have witnessed positive developments over the past years, as demonstrated by the Joint Committee held in 2019, the opening of the Liberian Consulate in Dakhla in March and the signing of a series of agreements.

In this regard, Mr. Bourita noted that three bilateral agreements were signed Monday in the areas of agriculture, health and higher education, stressing that these agreements are an addition to nine others signed during the Joint Committee.

Morocco's Foreign Minister also announced that he agreed with his Liberian counterpart to further develop bilateral relations notably through setting up a mission for sectoral cooperation which will soon visit Monrovia, adding that it was also agreed to prepare for the next session of the Joint Committee.

The quality of exchanges between Morocco and Liberia reflects the excellent bilateral relations, Mr. Bourita said, stressing that cooperation between the two countries is part of a well-defined road-map.

Morocco plans to deepen this exceptional relationship within the framework of the "Liberia Vision 2030" recovery program, he pointed out, noting that the Kingdom will work to facilitate visa issuance for Liberian citizens and participate in the upgrading of basic electrical installations in Liberia.

The Moroccan official also called for strengthening the legal framework for bilateral cooperation, particularly in the areas of hydro-agricultural development, drinking water, infrastructure, energy and fisheries.

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