In Addis Ababa, consultations for the first Morocco-Ethiopia Joint Commission

In Addis Ababa, consultations for the first Morocco-Ethiopia Joint Commission
In Addis Ababa, consultations for the first Morocco-Ethiopia Joint Commission

Fouad Yazourh and Ethiopian Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Misganu Arga. Credit: Morocco Diplomacy

The Ambassador, Director General at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans Abroad, Fouad Yazourh, co-chaired, Monday in Addis Ababa, with the Ethiopian Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Arega Mesganu, political consultations ahead of the first session of the Morocco-Ethiopia Joint Commission.

“This meeting was an opportunity to review the current state of bilateral relations between Morocco and Ethiopia and to explore avenues for partnership to be strengthened, particularly in the areas of agriculture, water and food security, investment and trade, green energy, and civil aviation, with the aim of establishing this partnership as a successful and mutually beneficial model of south-south cooperation. reports the MAP agency.

“This exchange also focused on regional and international issues of common interest. A convergence of views emerged on several issues with particular emphasis on the continent to which the two countries belong, in this case the African continent. continued the same Source.

This meeting was attended by the Moroccan ambassador to Ethiopia and Djibouti, Nezha Alaoui M’hammdi, as well as several officials from the foreign ministries of the two countries.

So far, on the diplomatic front, Addis Ababa has adopted an ambivalent position towards Rabat despite the intensification of relations between the two capitals since the royal visit of 2016.

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