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Morocco stands by Saudi decisions to preserve oil market stability – Minister Bourita

Morocco stands by Saudi decisions to preserve oil market stability – Minister Bourita

Moroccan Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation, and Moroccan Expatriates Nasser Bourita expressed his country’s solidarity in all decisions taken by Saudi Arabia on its foreign policy matters, describing it as going “on the right path.”

He stressed that the Kingdom's foreign policy in the diplomatic or energy fields is based on a long-term vision, and a rational and wise basis, and is not subject to pressure.

Bourita reiterated that his country stands with the Kingdom in all the decisions it takes, especially about its security and stability, and the security and stability of energy markets.

He pointed out that this comes out of the deep-rooted relations between King Mohammed VI of Morocco, and Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman and Crown Prince and Prime Minister Mohammed bin Salman.

In a statement to Saudi TV, the Moroccan minister said that Saudi Arabia is one of the foundations of the Arab system and that its foreign policy is highly appreciated by Morocco for its credibility, which always seeks to preserve the security and stability of the Arab region.

He stated that his visit to Saudi Arabia comes within the framework of continuous communication between the leaderships of the two countries and emanates from the distinguished relationship that unites the two Kingdoms throughout history.

The minister revealed that he discussed with his Saudi counterpart Prince Faisal Bin Farhan ways to strengthen the solid relations between the two countries in all fields. This is in addition to discussing means to boost bilateral coordination on issues of concern to the two countries, which are built on solid foundations under the wise leadership of the two states.

Oman backs OPEC+ decision

In Muscat, the Sultanate of Oman has affirmed its follow-up on the international reactions towards the OPEC+ decision regarding a partial cut in oil production by the member countries of the group.

The Omani Ministry of Foreign Affairs pledged its support for this decision, which is based on economic considerations as well as supply and demand, adding that this decision aims to achieve the desired stability of the global market, with consensus among all member states.


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