FrenchMoroccan Talks on Southern Provinces to be Held in Paris

Rabat – The head of French diplomacy, Laurent Fabius, and his Moroccan counterpart, Salaheddine Mezouar, will meet on Tuesday evening in Paris to discuss topics of common interest related to bilateral cooperation, the situation in North Africa, as well as the fight against terrorism, underlined le 360 website.Morocco’s top diplomatic priority, the southern provinces, will be the focus of this meeting in light of the last royal speech on the 40th anniversary of the Green March, the same source highlighted.The meeting will also evoke the final preparations for the Conference of the UN Climate Change (COP21), scheduled for 30 November to 13 December in Paris. The two heads of diplomacy will also discuss the political situation in some North African countries, including Algeria and the preparation of an exchange program of ministerial delegations in the short term.The Fabius-Mezouar meeting will be held at the margin of a conference on the history shared between France and Morocco, and will be chaired by Prince Moulay Rachid to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the 1955 agreements Celle-Saint-Cloud, which ended the exile of late King Mohammed V.This meeting is organized in partnership with the Royal Institute for Strategic Studies (IRES), the Arab World Institute (IMA) and Jacques Berque Centre.

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