Zambia and Morocco on Friday held a virtual meeting aimed at strengthening and consolidating bilateral ties between the two countries.
Zambia’s Foreign Affairs Minister Joseph Malanji and his Moroccan counterpart Nasser Bourita held the virtual talks in which they both expressed a strong desire to strengthen the bilateral cooperation, according to a release from the Zambian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The talks were held as a follow-up on agreements made during the visit to Zambia in February 2017 by King of Morocco Mohammed VI.
According to the release, the two parties pledged to support each other on pertinent issues of mutual interest at both bilateral and multilateral levels and underscored the importance of the Joint Commission for Cooperation as an essential mechanism of strengthening collaboration between the two countries.
They further resolved to intensify consultations on African and international issues of common interest and expressed hope to develop bilateral cooperation in the fields of energy, agriculture, infrastructure, water and education, among others. Enditem