Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans Living Abroad, Nasser Bourita, on Tuesday praised Colombia’s efforts to address the humanitarian situation caused by the large flow of Venezuelan migrants.
In a joint statement released after a videoconference with the Minister of External Relations of the Republic of Colombia, Bourita underlined that Colombia and Morocco share a common vision on migration policy, which allows migrants to enjoy the fullness of their legitimate rights and guarantee their dignity.
Bourita emphasized the importance of Colombia’s recent adoption of the Protection Status for Venezuelan migrants.
Bourita expressed Morocco’s support for the policy of “Peace with Legality” under the leadership of Colombian President Ivan Duque Marquez and for the various stabilization actions he carried out in Colombia, within the framework of the implementation of Peace Agreements.
The two ministers stressed the importance of coordination between Morocco and Colombia within regional and international organizations and agreed to strengthen multilateral diplomacy through joint and effective collaboration in global forums, where the two countries are active.
” As an observer member within the Andean Community of Nations (CAN) and the Pacific Alliance, Bourita highlighted Morocco’s commitment to continue active and efficient cooperation with Colombia, within the framework of its partnership. with these regional organizations“, We read in the joint press release.