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Positive developments in the Gulf region welcomed by the Kingdom of Morocco



The Kingdom of Morocco welcomed the positive development of relations between Saudi Arabia and Qatar as well as the signing of the Al-Ula Declaration, marking the end of the diplomatic tension between the two sides, within the framework of the recent 41st summit of the Gulf Countries Council (GCC). This event has also been marked by the strong and unanimous support reiterated by the GCC countries to Morocco’s territorial integrity following the recent positive developments in the Moroccan Sahara.

The Kingdom underlined, for its part, the relations of sincere consideration and strong ties binding His Majesty King Mohammed VI and his brothers, the leaders of the Gulf countries, and expressed its hope to see the initiatives made at the 41st summit lead to the reunification of the countries of the region, rebuilding mutual trust and consolidating unity between these countries.


In the same vein, Morocco hailed the outcome of the Summit’s final declaration stating the fact that GCC leaders will continue the march of unity and cooperation in order to achieve common interests to serve their peoples, tighten their cooperation, and consolidate security and stability in the region.


The Kingdom seized this occasion equally to commend the efforts conducted by Kuwait that made this reconciliation possible, as well as the constructive role played by the United States to this end. Once again, the importance of the strategic partnership between the Kingdom of Morocco and the Cooperation Council was highlighted during event.


It is worth recalling that the Kingdom of Morocco, linked through a longstanding strategic partnership with the Gulf Countries Council, has been showing since 2017 neutrality with regard to the diplomatic divergence between the brotherly Gulf Countries. It spared no effort to convince all sides to join forces in the pursuit of solidarity, peace and regional stability.