Ethiopia and Morocco determined to strengthen cooperation between Parliaments to boost bilateral relations
Addis Ababa – Ethiopia and Morocco are determined to strengthen cooperation between the Parliaments of the two countries to boost bilateral relations.
During a meeting, Friday in Addis Ababa, between the Moroccan ambassador in Ethiopia and Djibouti, Ms. Nezha Alaoui M’Hammdi with the president of the House of People’s Representatives (lower house of the Ethiopian parliament) Tagesse Chafo, the two parties discussed ways to strengthen relations between Morocco and Ethiopia, in particular through the consolidation of cooperation between the respective Parliaments.
During this meeting, particular emphasis was placed on political dialogue and sustainable development within the framework of South-South cooperation.
The two parties also insisted on the importance of strengthening dialogue between the two Parliaments in the political field both bilaterally and multilaterally, particularly within the Pan-African Parliament, Ms. Nezha Alaoui told MAP.
The Moroccan diplomat also had a meeting with the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Demeke Mekonnin, who was recently entrusted with the Ethiopian diplomacy portfolio as part of a slight cabinet reshuffle.
The meeting, which took place as part of a briefing on the internal situation in Ethiopia, was an opportunity to convey to him the congratulations on his new appointment, as well as the wish to develop and consolidate bilateral relations to build a partnership. successful in the context of South-South cooperation.
Last modification: November 14, 2020