Moroccan Prime Minister Abdelilah Benkirane on Friday praised the deep-rooted ties between his country and the State of Kuwait hoping to cement these bonds further.
The premier made the assertion during a meeting with the State of Kuwait Ambassador, Ali Al-Yahya, at the premiership headquarters. Premier Benkirane, in a statement to KUNA, indicated resolve of the two countries' leaders, His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah and King Mohammad VI, to develop these close ties into "an exemplary partnership." He also hinted that his discussions with the envoy dealt with means of boosting the bilateral relations.
Ambassador Al-Yahya affirmed his readiness to do everything possible to bolster the bonds with Morocco. Earlier, the ambassador met speaker of the Moroccan parliament, Habib el-Malki, after his election as chairman of the legislative assembly, which said in a statement that the two sides examined the distinctive bilateral relations at various levels.
During the meeting, el-Malki called for reactivating the Kuwaiti-Moroccan friendship group. The Kuwaiti envoy said he conveyed an invitation to the chief lawmaker to visit Kuwait.