Moroccan-Pakistani Military Cooperation Reviewed in Rabat

Military and defense cooperation between Morocco and Pakistan was reviewed at the meetings Chief of Pakistani Army Staff Gen. Qamar Javed Bajwa held Thursday in Rabat with Moroccan officials.

The Pakistani General’s talks with Abdeltif Loudyi, Minister Delegate for National Defense Administration, covered the bilateral relations of friendship and cooperation, “marked by confidence, mutual respect and the common will to consolidate these ties in the future,” said the National Defense Administration in a press release.

The two officials reviewed the state of bilateral cooperation in the field of defense and examined ways and means of boosting this cooperation, the press release said.

They convened that there are areas of common interest, which could open up prospects for further cooperation, mainly in expertise sharing between the two countries’ armed forces.

The Pakistani senior military official, who is on a working visit to Morocco Feb. 19 to 23, at the head of a military delegation, also conferred with the General of the Army Corps, Inspector General of the FAR, Gen. Abdelfattah Louarak.

Talks focused on the current state of military cooperation between the armed forces of the two countries.

The Pakistani delegation is also scheduled to visit the Royal College of Higher Military Education in Kenitra.

Military cooperation between the two countries is marked by frequent exchanges of visits by senior officials, visits by graduates of training institutes and stopovers by Pakistani ships in Moroccan ports.

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