Rabat and Riyadh sign a MoU in honor of the historical special ties

The Moroccan Minister of Youth, Culture, and Communication, Mohamed Mehdi Bensaid, and the Saudi Minister of Culture, Prince Badr bin Farhan Al Saud, conducted bilateral meetings on December 7 in which they focused on enhancing Rabat and Riyadh cooperation while addressing a variety of cultural themes.

Following their discussion, the cultural ministries of Rabat and Riyadh signed a Memorandum of Understanding to acknowledge their shared historical legacy and important relationships.

The Kingdom of Morocco will continue its close and strong cooperation with the brothers in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in all fields related to culture, Prince Badr said, bringing up the longstanding ties and the superb and exceptional bilateral relations under the patronage of King Mohammed VI and his brother, King Salman bin Abdulaziz.

The memorandum of agreement between the Rabat and Riyadh two ministers intends to enhance cross-cultural cooperation between their two countries.

This occurred during the 23rd meeting of the Conference of Arab Ministers Responsible for Cultural Affairs, which began on Wednesday in Riyadh with Morocco’s participation and had as its topic “Culture and the Green Future.”

The event’s in attendance Arab Ministers of Culture commended Morocco on its remarkable Atlas Lions triumph and the King Mohammed VI-led Jerusalem Committee’s efforts to safeguard and preserve Al-Quds Al-historic Sharif’s legacy.

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