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Oman, Qatar, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia…Busy agenda for Bourita

Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation Nasser Bourita is currently on a journey to several countries in the Middle East.

This Thursday, Bourita was received by Fahd Ben Mahmoud Al Said, Deputy Prime Minister of the Council of Ministers of the Sultanate of Oman, to convey the fraternal greetings of King Mohammed VI and his sincere greetings to Sultan Qaboos Ibn Said, Sultan of ‘Oman. Earlier in the day, the Emir of Qatar, Shaykh Tamim Bin Hamad Al-Thani, received Diwan Amiri, the head of Moroccan diplomacy who carried a message from the sovereign, on bilateral relations and the regional situation.

Bourita was received Wednesday in Manama by the king of Bahrain, Hamad Ben Issa Al Khalifa, and handed him a message from King Mohammed VI. Similarly, the King of Bahrain entrusted Bourita with conveying his greetings and consideration to the King, and on this occasion he welcomed the strong historical fraternal relations between the two countries and the bilateral partnership, as well as the firm determination of two sovereigns to strengthen, diversify and broaden its perspectives.

Same in Saudi Arabia. Salman Bin Abdelaziz Al Saud, received on April 9 at the Al Yamamah Palace in Riyadh, the Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, who handed him a message from King Mohammed VI, which addresses the cooperation between the two Kingdoms and the latest developments on the regional scene.

The audience took place in the presence of Prince Abdelaziz Ben Saud Ben Nayef Ben Abdelaziz, Minister of the Interior, Minister of State Mosaad Bin Mohammed Al-Aiban, Member of the Council of Ministers, Ibrahim Ben Abdelaziz Al-Assaf, Saudi Minister of Foreign Affairs, and Ahmed Ben Abdelaziz Qattan, Minister of State for African Affairs, and Mustapha Mansouri, King’s Ambassador to Saudi Arabia.

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