The head of government, Saad Eddine El Othmani, discussed on Tuesday in Brasilia, with the President of Honduras, Juan Orlando Hernandez, ways to promote bilateral relations.
During the meeting, which took place on the sidelines of the inauguration ceremony of Brazil’s President-elect, Jair Bolsonaro, the two sides discussed a number of issues of common interest and reviewed the state of affairs. bilateral relations and ways to further develop bilateral relations.
While underlining the quality of the bilateral political and diplomatic relations, the two parties expressed their common will to develop them more economically, commercially and technically, especially since these relations offer real opportunities for development, in particular in the sectors of agriculture, tourism and renewable energies.
The Head of Government also invited Honduras to send a delegation with representatives of the Government and economic actors to take part in the International Trade Fair of Agriculture Meknes (SIAM), to strengthen exchanges in the field of agriculture between the two countries.
In order to develop bilateral relations, El Othmani made a proposal. He proposed speeding up the signing of a number of draft agreements, mainly on investment, agriculture, tourism and renewable energies.
For his part, the Honduran President hailed Morocco’s international leadership on migration, stressing the duty of cooperation of all countries in this area.
He also recalled the Kingdom’s invitation to become an observer member of SICA, the Central American Integration System, adding that Morocco can count on the friendship and support of Honduras.
The State of Honduras supports the Kingdom’s position on the question of the Moroccan Sahara and the diplomatic relations between the two countries show a good level of cooperation and mutual action.
The meeting took place in the presence of the Moroccan ambassador to Brazil Nabil Adghoghi. By order of King Mohammed VI, El Othmani, arrived in Brasilia to represent the Sovereign at the official investiture ceremony of Jair Bolsonaro, elected on October 28, 2018, President of the Federative Republic of Brazil.