US-Morocco Relations are Strong and our Best Years are Yet to Come

During his speech during the US delegation visit to Dakhla last Sunday, David Schenker, US Assistant Secretary of State for Near Easter Affairs described Morocco of today as a crossroad of people, ideas and innovations.

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During his speech during the US delegation visit to Dakhla last Sunday, David Schenker, US Assistant Secretary of State for Near Easter Affairs described Morocco of today as a crossroad of people, ideas and innovations.

He further added that His Majesty, King of Morocco, Mohammed VI has taken far reaching socioeconomical reforms and that these committed social and economic reforms have put Morocco firmly on the right path.

He further explained that he King’s vision is expensive and regional and that just last month the US official recognition of Moroccan Sahara and Morocco’s normalization of ties with Israel are two of the consequential provenances of two centuries of friendship between the United States and Morocco.

He went on explaining that these developments have been possible by His Majesty’s leadership and advancing record as well as His far reaching reform agenda for the past decades and by His Majesty’s valuable support of issues of common interest in the East and Middle East, Africa’s stability and development and foreign and regional security.

Schenker further added that the US is committed to deepening and strengthening the ties with the people of Morocco through creating relationships and cultural exchange and through government to government relations.

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