Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan reaffirmed his country’s determination to activate and deepen current collaboration with Rabat during his visit to the Moroccan capital on Thursday, emphasizing the “matching of viewpoints” on regional and bilateral problems.
He also said that the Saudi delegation visiting Rabat came to “activate the joint coordination committee between the two countries, as well as to activate the relationship in various fields.
He emphasized that the meeting is “important to activate this cooperation” between the two countries, describing it as “a sense of the great opportunity that exists to maximize cooperation, in particular in the economic aspect and the fields of energy, digital economy, and mineral wealth.”
The Moroccan Foreign Minister described Moroccan-Saudi relations as “unparalleled, different, and founded on perpetual solidarity.”
He stated that his country is preparing memorandums of understanding with Saudi Arabia in the fields of green economy and digitization and that he views the meeting as an opportunity to reaffirm that his country “is in absolute solidarity with Saudi Arabia’s security and stability, and its support for all measures taken by Riyadh to protect its land and its citizens.”
According to the Moroccan Ministry of Industry and Trade, Saudi Arabia is Morocco’s #1 economic partner in the Arab world, with total bilateral trade exchanges of 17.2 billion Moroccan dirhams ($1.76 billion) in 2021.