(MENAFN- Morocco World News) Rabat – Following royal instructions, Abdellatif Loudiyi, Minister-Delegate for National Defense, received the Czech Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs, Martin Tlapa, on Monday, March 5.
According to the National Defense Administration, the two officials exchanged views on methods for strengthening cooperation between the two countries in the field of national defense.
Aiming to consolidate military and defense technical collaboration, the two countries have finalized a military cooperation deal and discussed means to ensure its smooth implementation.
Martin Tlapa, who is leading a large delegation on a working visit to the Kingdom, has lauded Morocco's progress and active commitment to international and regional peace.
Tlapa also met Mounia Boucetta, the Moroccan Secretary of State to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, who indicated that this meeting is an opportunity to highlight the excellent relationship between Morocco and the Czech Republic on political, economic, and social levels.
In a previous visit to Morocco in 2016, the speaker of the Czech Chamber of Deputies, Vojtech Filip, expressed the Republic's support for Morocco's integrity regarding the Sahara issue, saying that his country will strive to find a solution that respects international law.
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