Mohamed bin Zayed receives a phone call from the King Mohammed VI
His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan received a phone call from his brother His Majesty King Mohammed VI of the sisterly Kingdom of Morocco, during which they discussed fraternal relations and ways to strengthen and develop them in a way that serves the mutual interests of both countries.
Mohamed bin Zayed reviews the King Mohammed VI developments in the region
His Highness and King Mohammed VI, the King of Morocco also discussed, during the phone call, numeral issues of common interest in addition to the latest regional and international developments, and they exchanged views on them.
For his part, His Majesty King Mohammed VI, the King of Morocco expressed his sincere thanks and appreciation to His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan for his original stances in supporting Morocco and its sovereignty at various levels, stressing his pride in the solid fraternal relations between both countries the UAE and the Kingdom of Morocco and the common keenness to develop them in all fields.
Mohamed bin Zayed: Normalization between Morocco and Israel strengthens the common quest for a just peace in the region
We welcome the United States recognition of Rabat’s sovereignty over the Moroccan Sahara, as well as the resumption of contacts and diplomatic relations between Morocco and Israel. A positive step towards our common quest for stability, prosperity, and peace in the region.
— محمد بن زايد (@MohamedBinZayed) December 10, 2020
Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohamed bin Zayed praised the announcement that Morocco and Israel had reached an agreement to normalize relations with American mediation.
The Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, in a tweet posted on his Twitter account, Thursday, welcomed Morocco’s decision to resume contacts and diplomatic relations with Israel and the United States’ declaration of recognition of the kingdom’s sovereignty over Western Sahara.
Bin Zayed described this decision as “a sovereign step that contributes to strengthening our common quest for stability, prosperity, and just and lasting peace in the region.”
Today, Morocco has become the fourth Arab country since last August, (after the UAE, Bahrain and Sudan) that agreed, through the mediation of US President Donald Trump’s administration, to normalize relations with Israel.