Spain’s relations with Morocco described as reliable & fraternal by Spanish Interior Minister
Spanish Interior Minister Fernando Grande-Marlaska has described his country’s relations with Morocco as “reliable and fraternal” and the North African Kingdom as a “strategic and absolutely loyal” partner.
“Our relations with Morocco are extremely loyal, reliable and fraternal,” said Grande-Marlaska in statements to the press this Tuesday.
“Relations between the two countries have been preserved, are preserved and will be preserved,” he insisted, noting that Morocco is a “strategic and absolutely loyal” partner.
The Spanish official stressed that his country’s relations with Morocco will continue to “deepen” in line with the approach adopted during the visit President of the Spanish government, Pedro Sanchez, paid last April to Morocco at the invitation of King Mohammed VI.
“Our desire is to deepen our important relations, based on mutual trust and oriented towards the 21st century,” Grande-Marlaska said.
On Monday, the Spanish government expressed its satisfaction with the “positive outcome” of the new roadmap established between the two countries.
“We can congratulate ourselves because this new stage is proving to be very positive,” spokeswoman for the Spanish government, Isabel Rodriguez, told Spanish TV (TVE).
“We have already seen in recent weeks the positive outcome” of this new roadmap established by the two countries and which has allowed to advance on several bilateral issues of common interest, she said.