Assistant Foreign Minister meets with officials in the Kingdom of Morocco
The Assistant Foreign Minister of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Abdulla bin Faisal bin Jabur Al Doseri, met with the Secretary-General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation of Morocco, Mohammed Ali Lazraq, during his official visit to the Kingdom of Morocco.
The Assistant Foreign Minister praised the distinguished relations between the two countries and ways of enhancing them in various fields, highlighting the progress of these relations which reflects the leaderships’ wisdom in both countries.
The Secretary-General praised the depth of the bilateral relations and the level of cooperation between the two countries in all fields.
The meeting emphasized the importance of joint action in various political, economic and trade fields.
The Assistant Foreign Minister also met with the Inter-ministerial Delegate for Human Rights in Morocco, Mahjoub El Haiba and reviewed the Kingdom’s experience in the field of human rights, noting that the Moroccan experience in the field of human rights sector is worth being studied and benefited from in various related fields.
The Inter-ministerial Delegate praised the experience of Bahrain in the promotion and protection of human rights, stressing that this reflects Bahrain leadership’s keenness to bring about constant progress in the field.
They agreed on the importance of joint bilateral coordination in the field of human rights through exchange of visits and expertise in this field, in addition to enhancing cooperation and partnership in this area.
The Assistant Foreign Minister also met with the Minister Delegate to the Interior Minister, Charki Draiss, where they affirmed the depth of the bilateral relations between the two countries and ways of enhancing them.
They also affirmed the two countries' efforts in the promotion and protection of human rights and the opportunities of cooperation between the two human rights departments, emphasizing the importance of exchange of bilateral visits.