FNC, Moroccan House of Representatives sign MoU

RABAT, 11th March, 2019 (WAM) — Dr. Amal Abdullah Al Qubaisi, Speaker of the Federal National Council, FNC, today held an official discussion session with Habib El Malki, Speaker of the House of Representatives of Morocco.

During the meeting, both sides discussed the means of strengthening their joint parliamentary cooperation and the importance of continuing their coordination and consultations.

During the discussion session, which is part of an official visit by an FNC delegation, led by Dr. Al Qubaisi, to Morocco, both sides signed a Memorandum of Understanding, MoU, with the aim of activating and institutionalising their parliamentary cooperation and communication, as well as to exchange opinions regarding various issues of common interest, and develop their parliamentary relations through exchanging visits and events and discussing their overall bilateral relations.

El Malki welcomed Dr. Al Qubaisi and her delegation and praised the FNC’s legislative, regulatory and parliamentary roles, affirming that the MoU will create new prospects of cooperation for the UAE and Morocco.

Dr. Al Qubaisi highlighted the deep historical relations between the UAE and Morocco, which were established by the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan and the late King Hassan II, and have become a model to be followed.

She thanked El Malki for the warm reception, and hailed his national and international parliamentary role in defending Arab and Islamic causes, and in deepening the parliamentary relations between the two countries.

Dr. Al Qubaisi stressed the FNC’s keenness to strengthen its relations with the Moroccan House of Representatives in keeping with the growing relations between their countries and peoples, pointing out that the singing of the MoU will encourage greater parliamentary cooperation.

She praised El Malki’s initiative for organising a joint parliamentary forum to further accelerate cooperation between the two sides.

WAM/Hazem Hussein/Hatem Mohamed


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