Hammouchi Discusses Security Issues with Greenway and Fischer
A meeting about security was held last Friday at the DGST headquarter to discuss important security issues.
Abdellatif Hammouchi, the head of the Moroccan national police directorate, the General Directorate for National Security or DGST as well as head of secret services, met yesterday, Friday, December 17th, with Robert Greenway, Deputy Assistant to the US President and National Security Council Senior Director in Charge of Africa and the Middle East joined by David Fischer, US Ambassador to Morocco. The meeting took place at the DGST headquarters in Rabat.
During this meeting, parties shed light on different security issues mainly organized international crime and drug trafficking.
Greenway and Fischer took the chance to applaud the important role Moroccan Security headquarters play in fighting terrorism and organized crime both nationally and internationally. They have also talked about Morocco’s important and valuable expertise and practical experience that the kingdom shares in this field with different international partners.
During this meeting, parties also talked about Morocco’s special relation with USA which dates back to more than two centuries since Morocco’s recognition of the USA as an independent state.
On their part, Greenway and Fischer expressed how USA is committed to support Morocco’s security and develop and reinforce bilateral cooperations between the two countries in different fields.
Furthermore, the parties presented the results of the bilateral cooperation between the two countries and discussed different mechanisms to support bilateral cooperation in security in the Moroccan Sahara especially after the US recognition of Morocco’s sovereignty over its Sahara.