First meeting of Ambassadors of HM the King in the world ends
The first meeting of the Ambassadors of His Majesty the King in the world ended, on Sunday in Rabat, after 2 days of debates on assets of the Moroccan diplomacy and actions to take to defend the higher interests of the nation.
The meeting, first of its kind, was an occasion to discuss challenges facing the Moroccan diplomacy and means and ways to boost it.
HM King Mohammed VI sent a message to the participants in which the sovereign called for enhancing national diplomatic performance and the status of the Kingdom as an active, responsible player within the international community.
The monarch also called for building on the positive developments in the Moroccan Sahara issue thanks to the bold autonomy plan proposed for the southern provinces under the Moroccan sovereignty and promoting the Moroccan model, solid and rich, thanks to the thorough reforms undertaken by the Sovereign.
The sovereign also stressed Morocco’s determination to work for the emergence of a "new Maghreb order" that will rise above all sources of conflict and said that Morocco will remain committed to supporting Arab and Islamic causes, mainly the Palestinian issue.
Foreign minister Saad Dine El Otmani said the message of His Majesty the King outlines the priorities of the Moroccan diplomacy and the methodology to be adopted by Moroccan diplomats around the world.
It is a modern and active methodology, the Minister said, stressing the clarity of this new vision that will enable Moroccan diplomats to do more to defend the supreme interests of the Kingdom and promote the Moroccan model known for its bold reforms.
Royal message to 1st Conference of Ambassadors of HM the King, confirmation of strategic vision, innovative approach of Monarch, Amrani
The royal message addressed to the First Conference of Ambassadors of His Majesty the King, which opened Friday in Rabat, is a confirmation of the strategic vision and the innovative approach of HM King Mohammed VI, said Minister-Delegate for Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Youssef Amrani.
"The message is confirms the strategic vision and the innovative approach of HM King Mohammed VI to consolidate the status of the Kingdom in the world arena," Amrani told MAP at the end of the opening session of the Conference.
For Amrani, the Sovereign has "clearly defined the strategic priorities and issues structuring the actions of the Kingdom’s foreign policy at a juncture marked by change, ambiguity and multiple crises."
Mr. Amrani noted that the royal vision "starts a new economic diplomacy to support the Moroccan economic stakeholders in their efforts to promote Moroccan goods at the international level."