Budapest publishes Moroccan-Hungarian Joint Declaration officially supporting Autonomy Plan for the Sahara
Hungary’s Foreign Ministry has posted, Monday, on its official website, the joint Moroccan-Hungarian declaration which was adopted at the end of the visit paid by Hungarian FM Peter Szijjarto to Morocco last week.
In this document, Hungary supports the Morocco-proposed autonomy plan for the Sahara and commends the development efforts undertaken by Morocco in the southern provinces.
Hungary welcomes the serious and credible efforts of Morocco, as a regional hub of stability and a privileged partner for development in Africa, the text underlines.
The European country also welcomes the course set out by King Mohammed VI in a dynamic of openness, progress, and modernity, and hails the New Development Model and the advanced regionalization undertaken by Morocco.
By publishing the joint declaration, Hungary has confirmed the importance it grants to its strategic partnership with Morocco.
During his visit to Rabat, FM Peter Szijjarto and his Moroccan peer Nasser Bourita emphasized the importance of upgrading economic and trade cooperation to the level of the excellent political relations existing between the two countries.
The Hungarian official had then hailed Morocco for its decisive and exemplary role in the fight against illegal immigration and as a strategic partner of the European Union.
He had stressed in this connection that cooperation in the struggle against illegal migration should take place in a framework of mutual respect and that there was a need to depart from the logic of “master and pupil”.