King voices will to pursue joint action to further bolster bilateral ties with Algeria.
King Mohammed VI of Morocco has voiced "firm will" to pursue the joint action with Algerian president, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, to hoist bilateral relations to the expectation of the two peoples. <p>aa The pledge came in a congratulations message on the celebration of the Algerian revolution.
aa The monarch stressed his determination to work in concert with President Bouteflika to hoist the bilateral relations of fruitful cooperation and of acting solidarity to the "legitimate expectations" of the two brotherly peoples to a Maghreb Union that lays on "solid and healthy" bases.
aa The sovereign voiced hope to grant this groupinga- Algeria, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco and Tunisiaa- the place it deserves in the region and in the euro-Mediterranean and international scene, while respecting the components and characteristics of each of the five countries composing the Union.
aa He recalled the joint fight of the two peoples for freedom and independence, and the solidarity marking their relations, which stems from their conviction that unity and integration is the sole weapon to face the different challenges.
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|Date:||Nov 2, 2008|
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