Morocco, France discuss means to further strengthen military cooperation
The Inspector General of Morocco's army Fathallah El Ouarrak and the Chief of Staff of the French Army Jean-Pierre Dosser discussed here on Monday means to further develop military cooperation.
Talks between the two generals addressed the modalities of strengthening the technical agreements and arrangements that bind the armies of the two countries, the Moroccan Royal Armed Forces (FAR) said in a statement.
They reviewed matters of common interest and ways to promote interoperability between the armed forces of the two countries through the exchange of experience and expertise, while affirming their willingness to apply the agreements established a part of this cooperation, and to further develop these relations in the same spirit of friendship and shared trust, the statement added.
The top generals highlighted the excellent bilateral military cooperation ties between the two countries, lauding its dynamic development and expressing satisfaction at the consistency and solidity of the relations between the two countries, the statement noted.
Cooperation between the two armed forces is an essential pillar of the strategic partnership between Morocco and France, it said.
The Chief of Staff of the French Army is leading a large military delegation on a working visit to Morocco (March 12-14).