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Morocco, Vietnam express will to reinforce bilateral relations.

Summary: Washington - Morocco and Vietnam reiterated will, Monday in Washington, to reinforce bilateral relations on the sidelines of the international Nuclear Safety Summit held in the US capital.

Washington - Morocco and Vietnam reiterated will, Monday in Washington, to reinforce bilateral relations on the sidelines of the international Nuclear Safety Summit held in the US capital. This came in a meeting between Prime Minister, Abbas El Fassi and his Vietnamese counterpart, Nguyen Tan Dung. Addressing the press, El Fassi hailed the excellent relations between Morocco and Vietnam, recalling that Hanoi has withdrawn its recognition of the so-called rasd after it was convinced of Morocco's just cause. The Moroccan Premier said Vietnam is willing to develop relations with Morocco and Sub-Saharan countries within a triangular cooperation. Prime Minister Abbas El Fassi is representing HM King Mohammed VI at the Nuclear Safety Summit. The Prime Minister is leading a large delegation composed of Foreign Minister Taieb Fassi Fihri and Minister of Energy and Mining, Amina Benkhadra. The Nuclear Safety Summit is an opportunity for participating countries to find ways to further strengthen international cooperation to prevent nuclear terrorism.

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