The long process of the installation of the new Ambassador-designate of the United States to Morocco, David T. Fischer, is quite “normal”, assured this Monday in Rabat, the acting American Chargé, Jennifer Rasamimanana.
Questioned on the sidelines of the visit to Morocco by a delegation of US parliamentarians, Jennifer Rasamimanana, who also serves as US Consul General in Casablanca, said that “this process is the responsibility of the US government.”
“It’s normal, things are taking place, not only Morocco is interested, there are many countries in the same situation,” she said, noting in passing that relations between the two countries are historic, calling them “strategic partners”.
The diplomat also recalled the history of Moroccan-American relations, Morocco being the first to have recognized the United States.
The newly appointed US Ambassador, David T. Fischer, said in a recent opening statement to the US Senate Foreign Affairs Committee that the partnership between the Kingdom of Morocco and the United States of America is “vital” and should “to be consolidated” both economically and politically as well as in terms of security cooperation.