Kazakhstan hopes for Morocco’s membership in the Islamic Organization for Food Security
Nurlan Nugmatulin discussed it with the Ambassador of Morocco to Kazakhstan.
Majilis Chairman of the Parliament Nurlan Nigmatulin received Ambassador of the Kingdom of Morocco to Kazakhstan Abdelzhalil Saubri, the press service of the Chamber reports.
The interlocutors discussed strengthening of Kazakh-Moroсcan relations, including at the intergovernmental level. As Nigmatulin noted, the activization of the work on cooperation with Morocco, as well as visits of subject committees of the Parliaments of the two states will be facilitate to the development of multilateral interaction of Kazakhstan and Morocco.
The special attention was placed on the issues of the international agenda, firstly, the issues on ensuring peace and safety.
Nigmatulin underlined the currency of the position of Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev that the key role in resolving international conflicts falls on mutual trust between the states and a constructive dialogue.
The Majilis Chairman noted an active interaction of the two states within the UN, OIC, as well as expressed the hope for joining of Morocco in the near future to the Islamic Organization for Food Security initiated by Kazakhstan.
In turn, Abdelzhalil Saubri highly appraised the level of political and diplomatic relations between Kazakhstan and Morocco. The diplomat underlined that Morocco pays the special attention to the development of interaction with our state, and Abdelzhalil Saubri’s words are proved by the fact that Kazakhstan is the only country in Central Asia that has the Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco.
Nurlan Nigmatulin and Abdelzhalil Saubri expressed for expanding of economic relations. And underlined that Morocco is a “bridge” between Africa and Europe, and Kazakhstan is that between Asia and Europe. The Majilis Chairman underlined the necessity to use trade and economic, transport and logistics potential of the two states, as well as the possibilities of the EEU. The interlocutors called agriculture, “green energy”, tourism among perspective directions.