Serbia reiterates support for Morocco’s territorial integrity

In Ankara, Turkey, for the 61st Parliamentary Assembly of the Organization of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation (BSEC), Serbia reiterated its support for the territorial integrity of the Kingdom of Morocco on Thursday.

In a meeting with Rachid Talbi Alami, Speaker of the House of Representatives, President of the Serbian National Assembly Vladimir Orli praised Morocco’s position on its support for the territorial integrity of Serbia and reaffirmed Serbia’s unwavering commitment to the principle of respect for the territorial sovereignty of States.

During the meeting, held in the presence of Moroccan Ambassador to Türkiye Mohamed Ali Lazrak, Orlić praised the bilateral relations between the two countries that date back 65 years, especially between the two legislative institutions, while welcoming the level of cooperation between the two countries in several areas.

The Serbian official emphasized the substantial potential for furthering bilateral cooperation, particularly in the area of investment, while praising Morocco’s progress in a number of industries.

The need of enhancing parliamentary cooperation and the sharing of knowledge and experience at the bilateral and international levels was then emphasized.

The Speaker of the House of Representatives, who also serves as the President of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Union for the Mediterranean, emphasized Morocco’s unwavering adherence to the principle of state sovereignty and territorial integrity while praising Belgrade’s stance on the Moroccan Sahara.

Talbi Alami reviewed the various significant developments that Morocco has undergone under the leadership of King Mohammed VI, which make Morocco one of the few African countries enjoying political, economic, and social stability. He made reference to the convergence of views of the Kingdom of Morocco and the Republic of Serbia on many regional and international issues.

The Moroccan official also used the occasion to extend an invitation to his Serbian colleague to attend the upcoming Parliamentary Conference on Interfaith Dialogue in Marrakech in June.

In Ankara, the 61st Parliamentary Assembly of the BSEC got to work on Thursday. BSEC, which is commemorating its 30th anniversary this year, and the function of national legislative institutions in fostering peace, stability, and economic growth are the main topics of discussion during this two-day conference.

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