To set this edition by default, click on: English  | عربي  - Français           
Related Articles :

French President hails Morocco’s democratic reform

Source : | 26 May 2012 |  News, Politics | 1564 views

Hollande, King Mohammed VI hold talks on ways of bolstering bilateral ties between two countries.

PARIS – French President, François Hollande, reaffirmed on Thursday his attachment to the special friendship between Morocco and France and praised the democratic reform process underway in Morocco at the initiative of King Mohammed VI, saying that France stands by Morocco.

In a statement of the French presidency, following the meeting with King Mohammed VI at the Elysée Palace in Paris, President Hollande “reaffirmed his attachment to friendship between France and Morocco and stressed its uniqueness thanks to the many links between our countries and our two societies and the joint will to set up a Euro-Mediterranean area.”

The French head of state also “welcomed the process of democratic, economic and social reform under way in the Kingdom at the initiative of King Mohammed VI,” the statement added.

King Mohammed VI’s visit to the Elysée Palace is the first by a head of state since Hollande was elected French President, highlighting the strong ties between the two countries.

Moroccan monarch reiterated his warm congratulations to Holland on his election by the French people as President.

The two leaders highlighted the special relations between the two countries and the two friendly peoples.

In this regard, they committed to further strengthening bilateral relations in all fields and raise them to a higher level, including by seizing new opportunities in political, economic, cultural and technical areas, thus reinforcing the already unique Moroccan-French partnership and cooperation model.

“France stands by Morocco on the path it has chosen of economic modernization and deepening the rule of law,” the statement said.

MAP

Related Articles :


   No comments for this article, be the first to comment “ French President hails Morocco’s democratic reform”

commentaires fermes


The views expressed in comments reflect the opinions of their posters and not of Marocpress’s

MarocPress TV

Ads

Top Articles

Daily Snapshot


More ...

Sources



Ahram OnlineAljazeeraAllafricaANSA medCNNGoalmarocpressMiddle East OnlineMorocco boardMorocco TomorrowMorocco world newsOman TribuneThe Africa Reportthe Starzawya