Morocco & Djibouti to set up friendship parliamentary group

Morocco & Djibouti to set up friendship parliamentary group

Lawmakers from Morocco and Djibouti have agreed to set up a friendship parliamentary group to foster contacts and dialogue between the two countries’ MPs on issues of common interests.

The agreement was reached during a meeting held Thursday in Djibouti city between a Moroccan parliamentary delegation and Speaker of Djibouti National Assembly Moamed Ali Houmed.

The meeting was held on the sideline of the 43rd Conference and 76th session of the Executive Committee of the African Parliamentary Union (APU).

Talks between the Moroccan delegation, Headed by Mohamed Touimi Benjelloune, and Speaker of Djibouti Parliament focused on ways of enhancing cooperation between the two countries’ legislative institutions through the exchange of visits and experiences.


The two sides praised the excellent political relations and cooperation ties existing between the two countries in fields of education, judicial training and health, hailing coordination in defending the two countries’ territorial integrity and national sovereignty.

They also talked about the difficulties facing the African Parliament, stressing the need for more coordination and consultation to overcome its predicament.


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