HM the King represented at Paraguay's president swearing-in ceremony by FM
Minister of foreign affairs and cooperation Saad Dine El Otmani is representing HM King Mohammed VI in the swearing-in ceremony of Paraguay's elected president Horacio Manuel Cartes Jara, held in Asuncion this August 14-15.
"Morocco's participation in these ceremonies reflects Morocco's interest in developing political and economic partnership with Latin-American countries, particularly as part of South-South cooperation", says a release of the Moroccan ministry of foreign affairs and cooperation.
El Otmani's stay in Asuncion will also be an opportunity to carry on constructive dialogue with the new Paraguayan authorities in order to give a new impetus to bilateral ties, the source added.
Morocco's FM conveys HM the King's congratulations to Paraguay's newly elected president
Morocco's minister of foreign affairs and cooperation, Saad Dine El Otmani, conveyed on Thursday the congratulations of HM King Mohammed VI to Paraguay's new president, Horacio Manuel Cartes Jara.
The Moroccan official who is representing the sovereign in the swearing-in ceremony of the new head of state of Paraguay met with Cartes Jara to whom he transmitted the Sovereign's best wishes of success.
The Paraguayan president expressed will to develop his country's ties with Morocco.
On the sidelines of the swearing-in ceremony, El Otmani reviewed with the Latin country's new foreign minister Eladio Loizaga prospects of promoting bilateral relations and means to give a new impetus to cooperation.
He also held a meeting with Crown Prince Felipe de Bourbon of Spain, as well as with peers from Brazil, Columbia, and Peru and the Lebanese health minister, the US state secretary for energy and the US deputy trade representative.