Moroccan Prime Minister Abderrahman Yuossoufi arrived Tuesday, October 23 in Jordan for a three-day visit aimed at bolstering relations between the two countries, officials said.
He will co-chair from Wednesday with Jordanian Prime Minister Ali Abu Ragheb meetings of the Jordanian-Moroccan higher commission, which is expected to sign several agreements on bilateral ties, they said.
Youssoufi will also deliver a message from Morocco's King Mohamad VI to Jordanian King Abdullah II, they said. The Moroccan prime minister flew in from Damascus where he had talks Monday with Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad on the latest developments on the Arab and wider international scenes.
Youssoufi co-chaired in Damascus with Syrian counterpart Mohammad Mustafa Miro the first session of the joint commission on cooperation. Before that he visited Lebanon on a similar mission. — (AFP, Amman)
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