Rabat – The European Union’s High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Josep Borrell, reiterated, Thursday in Rabat, the EU’s commitment to support Morocco in the important structural reformslaunched under the enlightened vision of HM King Mohammed VI.
Welcoming the willingness of the Sovereign to allow Morocco to move forward, the head of European diplomacy, who was speaking at a press briefing after his talks with Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccan Expatriates, Mr Nasser Bourita, stressed the importance of “building a more ambitious vision for the Morocco-EU partnership”.
He said, in this context, that it is necessary to concretizethe commitments made in particular in the areas of the fight against climate change and energy transition, but also in social protection, health and education.
“We have many topics to explore to deepen ourpartnership,” he concluded, stressing the imperative to capitalize on common achievements to ” look towards a more friendly future”.
The head of European diplomacy is making an official visit to the Kingdom to strengthen the historical EU-Morocco partnership, which has continued in recentyears to develop, rising to a reference in the EU’sneighborhood policy.