Jordan to open Consulate in Laayoune, Moroccan Sahara
King Abdullah II expressed to HM King the willingness of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan to open a General Consulate in the Moroccan city of Laâyoune.
HM King Mohammed VI received a phone call yesterday, Thursday, from HM King Abdullah II Ibn Al Hussein, king of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, in which he praised orders King Mohammed gave to re-secure the flow of civil and commercial movement in Guerguerat in Moroccan Sahara.
This call embodies the strong and sincere relationships which bind the two Sovereigns, as it dedicates the tradition of continuous consultation, permanent coordination, fruitful cooperation, and solidarity between the two Kings.
During this call, the Hashemite Abdullah II Ibn Al Hussein has welcomed the decisions taken by HM the King to secure the movement of people and goods in the region of El Guerguerat in the Moroccan Sahara.
He also congratulated HM the King on the success of this process and the reopening of the passage to secure the movement of people and goods from the Kingdom of Morocco to the countries of sub-Saharan Africa.
On this occasion, HM King Abdullah II expressed to HM King the willingness of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan to open a General Consulate in the Moroccan city of Laâyoune. The foreign ministries of the two countries will coordinate the necessary arrangements for this purpose.
HM King Mohammed VI expressed his consideration and gratitude for this important decision, which is part of the supportive positions that the Hashemite Kingdom is expressing for the territorial integrity of Morocco.