Following the formation of the new Moroccan cabinet, headed by RNI leader Aziz Akhannounch, Paris and Washington wished the new government every success in carrying out its new mission.
In this vein, France expressed Friday October 8 its “commitment to continue to deepen the exceptional partnership with Morocco in all areas”, on the occasion of the appointment of the new government by King Mohammed VI.
During her daily press briefing, the spokesperson for the Quai d’Orsay indicated that “France welcomes the formation of a new government (…) following the elections of September 8 which took place in good conditions despite the difficult sanitary context “.
The spokesperson for the Quai d’Orsay sent her congratulations and best wishes to the new head of government, Aziz Akhannouch, and his cabinet.
For its part, the United States Embassy in Morocco expressed Washington’s readiness “to work with the new government to deepen the strong partnership between the United States and Morocco in the areas of security, economy and culture as we celebrate over 200 years of friendship. . “
“Congratulations to head of government Aziz Akhannouch and to all members of the new Moroccan government officially appointed by King Mohammed VI in Fez yesterday,” the embassy said in a tweet.
Spain has also expressed its desire to work with the new Moroccan government.
“Spain looks forward to working with the new Moroccan government to enable the strategic partnership of the two countries to address common challenges on the basis of trust, respect and mutual interests,” Spain’s foreign ministry said on Friday. .
“Morocco is a strategic partner, a neighbor and a friend with whom Spain wishes to continue to develop exemplary and fruitful cooperation in several areas to strengthen regional stability and prosperity,” the ministry added in a statement.
The Spanish government has welcomed the formation of the new Moroccan government headed by Aziz Akhannouch, following the victory of his party, the National Rally of Independents (RNI), in the legislative elections on September 8.