Morocco and Colombia, on Tuesday, reiterated their desire to continue consolidating the multidimensional partnership between the two countries, particularly within the framework of active and mutually beneficial South-South cooperation.During a virtual working session, the Moroccan Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nasser Bourita, and the Minister of External Relations of Colombia, Claudia Blum, exchanged views on the strategic and excellent relations between the two countries and reviewed the new perspectives for their bilateral partnership, a joint press release published at the end of the session says.
The two ministers hailed the positive and sustained progress in their countries’ bilateral links, at the political, economic and cultural levels, reflected by a fluid and constructive political dialogue, and based on similar views on several regional and international issues.
In this regard, they welcomed the fruitful discussions held in Rabat, on February 14, 2020, as part of their political consultations.
In addition, the two officials pledged to mutually pursue the process of advantageous and diversified sectoral cooperation between Bogota and Rabat, as part of the second session of the Colombia-Morocco Joint Commission, held in Rabat, on February 13, 2020. They also agreed to take full advantage of the great potential available to the two countries in various areas, such as agriculture, tourism, crafts, security, culture and sports.
At the end of the meeting, the two ministers confirmed their common will to strengthen the bilateral legal framework and noted the positive prospects it will offer in various areas of common interest.