26 February 2013

Morocco: HM the King Receives Emir of Kuwait

Rabat  — HM King Mohammed VI received, on Tuesday at the Royal Palace in Rabat, the Emir of the state of Kuwait, HH Cheikh Sabah Al Ahmad Al Jaber Al Sabah.

The meeting attests to the depth of ties between the two heads of state, as well as to the solid relations between the two countries, both at the bilateral level in the political, economic and social fields, and through the strategic partnership with the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), and the ties of brotherhood and solidarity between the Moroccan and Kuwaiti peoples, the Royal cabinet said in a statement.

The talks provided an opportunity to highlight the importance of continued consultations over various issues of common interest, especially at the Arab, regional and international levels. The two sides also reiterated their firm commitment to continue their action for the benefit of the two brotherly peoples.

The audience comes after the visit by HM King Mohammed VI to Kuwait, which has imparted a strong momentum to the distinguished bilateral relations, particularly in the economic and investment fields.

The royal audience was attended by Sheikh Mubarak Al-Abdullah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah, Sheikh Mashaal Al Ahmad Al Jaber Al Sabah, Deputy Chief of the National Guard, Sheikh Sabah Nasser Al Ahmad Al Sabah, Sheikh Fahd Saad Al Abdullah al Sabah, Advisor to HH Sheikh Sabah al Ahmad al Jaber al Sabah, and Chamlane Abdelaziz Arroumi, Ambassador of the State of Kuwait in Rabat.

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