02/17/2014 (press release: media1press)
His Majesty King Mohammed VI will pay, starting next Tuesday, two official visits to Mali and Guinea Conakry, and two working and friendship visits to Côte d’Ivoire and Gabon.
Despite Morocco’s absence from the African Union, the Moroccan-African relationships have never ceased and the moroccan diplomacy in Africa showed a great deal of competency throughout the year 2013, especially after King Mohammed VI ‘s State visits to many African countries to push forward South-South cooperation based on human development, economic and security stability.
The king was received as an influential international personality, especially during his State visit to Mali to attend the inauguration of the, back then, newly elected president, Ibrahim Boubacar Keita. During the ceremony, The Malian President acknowledged the efforts of the Kingdom of Morocco to fight terrorism in Northern Mali as well as establishing peace in the region of Sahel.
This year, President Kaita reiterated in an interview broadcast on Thursday his “admiration, friendship, respect and esteem” for the Sovereign and commended HM King Mohammed VI for his personal involvement to achieve peace and stability in Mali and voiced satisfaction over the new impetus given to relations between the two African countries.
He also explained that he personally requested HM the King to support the peace process in his country, recalling “it is not the first time that the Sovereign intervenes”.
Of the quality of bilateral cooperation, President Kaita stressed that “Mali and Morocco are resuming past dynamic on the anthropological, cultural and religious levels” .The Malian president also said Moroccan businessmen are “welcome in a country that would recognize and appreciate them.
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