It is high time France, EU supported Morocco’s position on Sahara (French Senator)
It is high time France and the European Union supported Morocco in its position concerning the Sahara, underlined, on Monday, Senator Claude Kern, vice-president of the European Affairs Committee at the French Senate.
“Morocco is today, for France and Europe, a real bridge with Africa,” the Senator of Bas-Rhin said in a statement after a meeting he had with Morocco’s consul General in Strasbourg, Driss El Kaissi.
The Senator, also member of the French delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE), underlined that Morocco is a key partner for Europe, mainly in the fields of security and migration, calling on the government of his country to support the Kingdom in order to strengthen its position on the Sahara issue.
Commending the leadership and insight of King Mohammed VI and the policy of openness he upholds, the French Senator highlighted the excellent relations which unite Morocco and France and the place of the Kingdom in his country’s international relations.
“It is important that Moroccan-French relations continue and be strengthened in terms of foreign policy,” he insisted.