SENEGAL-MOROCCO-PARTNERSHIP / A session of the Large Joint Cooperation Commission in gestation – Senegalese Press Agency

Dakar, May 27 (APS) – The Senegalese Minister of African Integration and Foreign Affairs, Yassine Fall, and his Moroccan counterpart, Nasser Bourita, agreed, Monday, in Rabat, to organize, before the end of the year, the 15e session of the Large Joint Commission for Cooperation between the two countries.

The heads of diplomacy of Senegal and Morocco agreed on the holding in the second half of 2024 of this session of the Large Joint Commission on Cooperation between Senegal and the Kingdom of Morocco during a working visit carried out the same day by Yassine Fall in Moroccan capital.

In a joint official statement made public at the end of their discussions, the foreign ministers of Senegal and Morocco notably discussed the means and mechanisms aimed at ensuring a periodic biannual or annual dialogue between the two countries in order to develop strengthen bilateral relations and consult on regional and international issues.

They did not fail to welcome the dynamic initiated within the framework of the initiative called the Process of Atlantic African States (APEAA), the objective of which is to make the Atlantic area a geostrategic framework for intra-regional cooperation and consultation. pragmatic and timely, reports the text.

He said that Nasser Bourita and Yassine Fall have magnified the active role of Moroccan and Senegalese nationals in “the rapprochement and mixing between the two brother peoples”.

Both parties ”noted with satisfaction that their stay and residence have been facilitated for more than 60 years by the Historic Establishment Convention signed in Dakar on March 27, 1964”.

They spoke with satisfaction of the holding last January in the Moroccan capital of the Morocco-Senegal-Nigeria cooperation meeting.

It was a question of “discussing the progress of the West African Morocco-Nigeria gas pipeline megaproject and the modalities of strengthening the coordination and cooperation of this project, a symbol of South-South cooperation which, once completed, will contribute to improving the living conditions of the population and strengthening regional economic integration,” the press release recalls.




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