Morocco's Throne Day marked in Baku

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Baku, July 31, AZERTAC

The embassy of Morocco to Azerbaijan arranged an official reception to mark the country`s national holiday – Throne Day here. Ambassador of Morocco to Azerbaijan Hassan Hami spoke of his country's path of development, noting the country has gained political and economic progress in the last years under the leadership of the King Mohammad VI.

Expressing pleasure with the current level of the traditional friendly relations between Azerbaijan and Morocco, Mr. Hami said both countries have confidently developed their bilateral ties in the political, economic, cultural and other fields.

He went on to note that both countries support each other within the international organizations to make joint efforts for expansion of cooperation.

Azerbaijani minister of education Mikayil Jabbarov congratulated the people of Morocco stressing that the high level relations between the heads of states have provided further impetus to the development of bilateral ties.

Jabbarov expressed hope that the current relations based on friendship, mutual trust, confidence and cooperation would promote strengthening of ties and the interests of both nations in the years to come.

Morocco recognized independence of Azerbaijan on December 30, 1991. Diplomatic relations between two countries has been established on August 25, 1992. Azerbaijani embassy opened in Rabat in 2006, the Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco opened in Baku in 2009.

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