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Ambassador of Guatemala in Rabat Monica Bolanos Perez reiterated, on Thursday, her country's steadfast position in favor of the Kingdom's territorial integrity.

During a meeting with speaker of the House of Representatives Habib El Malki, as part of a courtesy visit after her accreditation as the new Ambassador to the Kingdom, Bolanos Perez noted that Guatemala supports the Moroccan autonomy plan for the southern provinces, which the Kingdom submitted as the final solution to this artificial conflict, considering it a peaceful, realistic and credible political solution, the house of representatives said in a statement.


The diplomat noted the shared views by the two countries on various issues of common interest, welcoming the close relations between the two countries, which will celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of their diplomatic relations next year.


Bolanos Perez expressed satisfaction with the cooperation relations between the two law-making institutions, commending the Moroccan Parliament's desire to strengthen ties of friendship with the Parliaments of Latin America and Central America. Guatemala is a gateway to the region, same as Morocco is for the African continent, she noted.


For his part, the speaker of the House of Representatives lauded the strong ties of friendship that Morocco has with Guatemala, a fact that has contributed to opening up new horizons of cooperation between them, adding that the two countries share the same values on which the United Nations system was built, namely the values ​​of solidarity, peace and security.


El Malki praised Guatemala's unwavering position over the issue of the Moroccan Sahara, in favor of the Kingdom's territorial integrity, noting that the two countries consider the unity of States and the unity of peoples as two fundamental pillars to promote peace and stability worldwide.

 

   
  
 
 

 
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