Morocco, Germany Agree in Berlin to Launch Multidimensional Strategic Dialogue

Morocco and Germany decided to begin their Multidimensional Strategic Dialogue on Thursday in Berlin. This dialogue will serve as a foundation for future bilateral ties and improve coherence among the various sectors of cooperation.

The declaration was made following a meeting between Nasser Bourita, the minister of foreign affairs for African cooperation and Moroccan expatriates, and Annalena Baerbock, the minister of foreign affairs for the Federal Republic of Germany. Bourita is in Germany on a working visit.

The strategic dialogue between the two nations was created during the visit of Baerbock to Morocco on August 25, 2022, and Bourita’s trip to Germany is a part of its implementation.

The Strategic Dialogue will be held once every two years, alternately in Germany and Morocco, and will be presided over by the foreign ministers of both nations.

The two nations’ shared commitment to improving communication, political, economic, cultural, and interpersonal ties, advancing democracy, the rule of law, and good governance, fostering trade and investment, and collaborating on climate policy, biodiversity policy, and green energy solutions is reflected in the establishment of this Strategic Dialogue.

This strategic dialogue will be founded on shared values and mutual respect, with the goal of solidifying the fundamentals and pillars of Moroccan-German relations in order to safeguard and advance their respective nations’ top priorities.

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