Nigeria's president gets message from Morocco's king
Morocco-Mauritania-Nigeria, Politics, 3/23/2000
President Olesegun Obasanjo of Nigeria on Wednesday got a message from King Mohammed VI.
The message was conveyed by the minister of social development and employment, Khalid Alioua, who is also the government's spokesman, at a meeting that discussed bilateral relations, regional issues with a special emphasis on Africa's economic and social development and the upcoming Euro-African summit, scheduled in Cairo next April 3-4.
President Obasanjo voiced determination to energize bilateral relations, and the two sides convened to start moves to set up a Moroccan-Nigerian joint commission.
A similar royal message was conveyed Wednesday in Nouakchott to President Mouaouya Ould Sid Ahmed Tayaa by delegate minister in charge of Maghreb, Arab and Islamic affairs, Abdeslam Znined.
Several other Moroccan envoys are touring a number of African countries to deliver to their leaders messages from King Mohammed VI.
The messages deal with bilateral cooperation and ways to enhance inter-African cooperation.
The Moroccan envoys' talks with their various African interlocutors also cover the candidacy of Moroccan Omar Kabbaj to a second term at the head of the African Development Bank (ADB).
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