Speaker of the Council of Representatives, Fawzia bint Abdulla Zainal, has stressed Bahrain’s keenness to enhance its cooperation with the Kingdom of Morocco at all levels.
She lauded the distinguished solid relations between Bahrain and Morocco, and the two countries’ shared keenness to enhance their joint cooperation and action, to meet their common aspirations.
She expressed pride in the depth of the fraternal Bahraini-Moroccan relations, strengthened steadily thanks to the directives of His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, and His Majesty King Mohammed VI of Morocco, in addition to the two brotherly countries’ coordination in various fields, and towards regional and international issues.
She made the statements during her meeting here with the Moroccan Prime Minister, Saadeddine El-Othmani.
El-Othmani lauded the distinguished level of cooperation between the Bahraini and Moroccan governments, stressing the parliamentary support for strengthening bilateral cooperation, continuing joint coordination of stances vis-à-vis issues of common interest and consolidating efforts to implement bilateral cooperation agreements, especially at the parliamentary level.
The Moroccan Prime Minister expressed pride in the progress witnessed by the Bahraini-Moroccan relations at all levels, hailing the two countries’ coordination and consultations regarding various regional and global issues, based on the long-standing solid bilateral relations, and the constant care of HM King Hamad and HM King Mohammed VI.
He affirmed Morocco’s firm supportive stance towards Bahrain, lauding the kingdom’s leading efforts in maintaining security and stability.
He also praised Bahrain’s support for developing economic and investment cooperation between the two brotherly countries, as well as its backing of the Arab and international efforts to combat terrorism, and achieve the Sustainable Development Goals 2030.
Members of the Bahraini-Moroccan Parliamentary Friendship Committee, and the Bahraini Ambassador to Morocco, Khalid Al-Musallam, attended.