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Serbia reaffirmed, on Thursday, its support for the territorial integrity of the Kingdom of Morocco, on the sidelines of the 61st Parliamentary Assembly of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation Organization (OCEMN), which is being held in the Turkish capital. , Ankara.

During a meeting with the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Rachid Talbi Alami, the Speaker of the Serbian National Assembly, Vladimir Orlić, reaffirmed Serbia’s constant support for the principle of respect for the territorial sovereignty of States, praising the position expressed by Morocco regarding its support for the territorial integrity of Serbia.

During this meeting, held in the presence of Morocco’s ambassador to Turkey, Mohamed Ali Lazrak, Orlić hailed the bilateral relations between the two countries which date back 65 years, particularly between the two legislative institutions, while welcoming the level of cooperation between the two countries in several areas.

The Serbian official, who praised Morocco’s development in various sectors, noted the existence of a large potential to further develop bilateral cooperation, particularly in the field of investment.

He then underlined the importance of strengthening parliamentary cooperation and the exchange of experiences and expertise at bilateral and multilateral levels.

For his part, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, who also chairs the Parliamentary Assembly of the Union for the Mediterranean, stressed Morocco’s permanent attachment to the principle of sovereignty and territorial integrity of States, welcoming the of Belgrade on the question of the Moroccan Sahara.

Talbi Alami, who spoke of the convergence of the views of the Kingdom of Morocco and the Republic of Serbia on a number of regional and international issues, reviewed the various major developments experienced by Morocco under the enlightened leadership of King Mohammed VI, and which make Morocco one of the few African countries enjoying political, economic and social stability.

Moreover, the Moroccan official took this opportunity to invite his Serbian counterpart to participate in the Parliamentary Conference on Interfaith Dialogue, which will be held in Marrakech next June.

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The work of the 61st BSEC Parliamentary Assembly began on Thursday in Ankara. This two-day event focuses on the prospects and challenges of BSEC, which celebrates its 30th anniversary this year, as well as the role of national legislative institutions in promoting peace, stability and economic development.


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