Morocco attends pan-Islamic ministerial meeting
Morocco-Regional, Politics, 12/10/2001
Moroccan foreign affairs and cooperation minister, Mohamed Benaissa, Left Cairo on Monday for Doha (Qatar), where he will represent Morocco in an extraordinary meeting of the foreign ministers of the member countries of the Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC).
The Doha meeting, opened Monday morning, is debating the latest developments in the Palestinian territories and means to put an end to Israeli aggressions against the Palestinian people.
In Cairo, Benaissa handed President Husni Mubarak of Egypt a written message from King Mohammed VI related to relations between Morocco and Egypt and to the latest developments on the Arab and international scenes.
Benaissa announced after a meeting with Mubarak that the Egyptian head of state will visit Morocco early 2002 to co-chair with King Mohammed VI a meeting of the Moroccan-Egyptian high joint commission.
The Moroccan foreign and cooperation minister also met with Egyptian peer, Ahmed Maher and with Arab League secretary-general, Amr Moussa.
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