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GCC calls for strengthening strategic partnerships with Morocco

The Arab Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) on Tuesday called for strengthening strategic partnerships with Morocco. At the 40th session of its Higher Council, meeting in Riyadh, the GCC recommended the consolidation of strategic partnerships with sister countries including Jordan, Morocco, Sudan and Iraq, as well as the Arab League and the Organization of Islamic cooperation.

The GCC also emphasized cooperative relations with regional and international organizations, stressing the importance of completing the implementation of the joint action plans and agreements agreed in the working groups and committees in the purpose of strengthening political and security coordination, as well as cultural links and commercial interests.

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