Khadija Oulbacha, head of the Moroccan-Swiss parliamentary friendship group, met with members of a Swiss parliamentary delegation on a working visit to Morocco on Friday in Rabat to discuss ways to improve bilateral relationships and find new prospects for collaboration.
Oulbacha emphasized that the friendliness, cooperation, and respect that have always characterized Moroccan and Swiss relations have only grown stronger as a result of this visit.
“Stable bases support the high caliber of ties between Morocco and Switzerland. At the time, she told the MAP news agency that the two countries share values like democracy, a commitment to upholding human rights, and the promotion of peace. She also mentioned that the two nations are currently working on a number of topics of mutual interest, including economic cooperation, scientific research, and sustainable development.
“Since Switzerland is one of Morocco’s most significant trading partners, our political and economic interactions have always been successful, and we are grateful for Swiss investment in a number of key areas of our economy. We also appreciate Swiss knowledge in law, democracy, and government, she continued.
She emphasized the function of parliamentary diplomacy in fostering ties between the two nations and welcomed Switzerland’s stance on the territorial integrity of the Kingdom.
Latifa Chérif, a member of the Moroccan-Swiss friendship group and a member of parliament, said the meeting’s main objective was to enhance the two countries’ ties of friendship and fraternity.
We talked about the many collaborations we might have in the future, as well as the exchanges we could establish in the domains of health and renewable energy, she continued.
Michel Matter and Benjamin Roduit, two national councillors on a working trip to the Kingdom, make up the delegation from the Swiss parliament.