The United Kingdom recognizes the serious efforts made by Morocco to achieve a resolution of the Moroccan Sahara issue. This is what emerges from the Joint Declaration that sanctioned the work of the 4th session of the Strategic Dialogue between the two countries, held this Tuesday in Rabat.
During this 4th session, co-chaired by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans Living Abroad, Nasser Bourita and the Minister of State for the Middle East, North Africa, South Asia and the United Nations of the United Kingdom, Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon, the United Kingdom also expressed its support for the major reforms carried out by Morocco under the leadership of King Mohammed VI.
It should be noted that this Strategic Dialogue was launched in London on July 5, 2018, with the aim of consolidating the historical ties between the two Kingdoms and continuing to strengthen bilateral relations.
It revolves around four structuring themes, namely, the political and diplomatic component, security cooperation, economic cooperation and cultural cooperation and that in education.
In addition to promoting the strengthening of the strategic partnership between the two countries, this 4th session made it possible to note the common commitments to support sustainable agriculture and food security in Africa.