GCC leaders and Moroccan King Mohammad VI renewed on Wednesday their unified destiny, and abidance by effective solidarity and sincere brotherhood on which "exceptional historic relations" between GCC member states and the Kingdom of Morocco are based.
This came in the joint statement issued at the conclusion of the GCC-Morocco summit, which kicked off earlier today in the Saudi capital.
His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah headed the Kuwaiti delegation to the summit.
The statement said the summit was a chance to boost strategic partnership and coordinate stances between GCC states and Morocco for addressing challenges and threats facing the Arab region, as well as to share views on international and regional issues of mutual interests.
The leaders expressed satisfaction over continued progress in the joint action to achieve the goals of partnership in accordance with the work plan to boost human development and promote trade exchange and investments, added the statement.
They also stressed commitment to mutually defend their countries' security and stability, and respecting sovereignty of all countries and their territorial integrity, it noted.
The leaders also affirmed their rejection of any attempts seeking to destabilize security and stability of their countries, or spread seditions inside them.
GCC countries and Morocco form a unified strategic bloc that any harm to any country is a harm to all. GCC leaders renewed their stances that the Western Sahara is an issue of GCC countries, affirming their support for the initiative of the autonomy of the Sahara submitted by Morocco as a base to end the conflict.
The summit stressed the importance of concerted efforts to face challenges and resolve crises of the Arab region, mainly Syria, Iraq, Libya and Yemen.
The leaders renewed their condemnation of extremism and terrorism in all its forms, calling for combating ideas seeking to spread sectarianism which fuels sedition and pushes others to interfere in domestic affairs of countries.
They call for coordinating international efforts to combat terrorism, underlining the significance of the Islamic Military Alliance to Fight Terrorism (IMAFT) to support these efforts, the statement concluded.