Belgian PM Arrives in Morocco to Co-Chair High Bilateral Joint Commission

The Prime Minister of Belgium, Alexander De Croo, arrived on April 14 in Rabat for a visit during which he will co-chair with the Head of Government, Aziz Akhannouch, the work of the Morocco-Belgium Joint High Commission. 

Upon his arrival at Rabat-Salé airport at the head of a large delegation, De Croo was welcomed by the Minister of Justice, Abdellatif Ouahbi.

After reviewing a detachment from the First Air Base (1st BAFRA) of the Royal Air Force (RAF) which paid the honors, the Belgian Prime Minister was greeted by the governor of Salé, Omar Touimi, the mayor of Salé, Omar Sentissi, Morocco’s ambassador to Belgium, Mohamed Ameur, and Belgium’s ambassador to Morocco, Véronique Petit.

During this visit, the Belgian Prime Minister will hold meetings with the Head of Government, while the ministers accompanying De Croo will hold working sessions with their Moroccan counterparts focusing on subjects of common interest.

This visit will be crowned by the signing of several conventions and cooperation agreements between the two countries in various fields.

The Belgian Prime Minister is accompanied, during this visit, by a delegation composed in particular of the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Justice, Paul Van Tigchelt, the Minister of the Interior, Annelies Verlinden, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Hadja Lahbib, the Secretary of State for Asylum and Migration, Nicole De Moor, and the President of the Board of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Belgium, Theodora Gentzis.

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