Moroccan foreign minister in Cairo
The Moroccan minister of foreign affairs and international cooperation, Mohamed Benaissa arrived in Cairo Saturday evening. He carried a personal message from King Mohammed VI for Egyptian President Hosni Moubarak.
Moroccan and Egypt signed a cooperative agreement about two weeks ago and this visit is a follow-up to implement some of the understandings. Benaissa is meeting personally with Mubarak as well as leading figures in Egyptian commercial society.
Benaissa travelled via Tunis where he met newly re-elected Tunisian President, Zine El Abidine Ben Ali. (albawaba.com)
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