Dutch Liberal Party delegation meets Moroccan officials
Morocco, Politics, 7/7/2000
A delegation of the Dutch liberal party parliamentary group, currently visiting Morocco, met with several Moroccan officials on several bilateral issues, including cooperation and the situation of Moroccans living in Netherlands.
At a meeting held Thursday with prime minister, Abderrahmane Youssoufi, legal problems facing Moroccans living in the Netherlands, the need to establish dialogue between the two countries' parliaments and civil societies and economic cooperation were discussed.
The Dutch MPs expressed readiness to support Morocco in its bid to defend and perfect its territorial integrity.
In addition to bilateral economic cooperation, talks with minister of foreign affairs and cooperation, Mohamed Benaissa, also covered the fisheries issue and Moroccan legitimate rights to exploit its own sea resources after it refused to renew the fisheries agreement with the European Union when it expired in November 1999.
Speaker of the chamber of advisors (upper chamber of the parliament), Mohamed Jalal Essaid, called for activating political dialogue between Morocco and the European Union, in conformity with the Morocco-EU association agreement and for consolidating the African liberal parties' representation within the International Liberal association.
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