Morocco-Spain relations, two countries bound by a pact that serves the bonds of humanity and the common good, have always supported dialogue and debate as a means of resolving crises, he said Wednesday at the International Alternatives Forum in Rabat. emphasized Bachir Dkhil.
Understanding this type of relationship is very important. When a crisis does arise, it is always resolved through talks between two neighbours who are longtime strategic partners, Dkhil said at a press conference alongside an international conference on “Moroccan-Spanish relations: cross-examination”. During those two days, several Moroccan and Spanish researchers, professors and politicians participated in a conference organized by the Faculty of Humanities in Rabat.
Opening the conference, Maria Antonia Trujillo, Spain’s former Habitats Minister, called the relationship between Morocco and Spain “excellent”, two countries with some common interests. Especially in the fields of economy and security, and in prevention and combating terrorism and radicalism.
Much more needs to be done to develop bilateral relations, especially at the cultural and economic level,” she added, citing the strong presence of Moroccans in Spanish universities and mentioning the increase in Moroccans.
Communication science researcher Mohamed Benabdelkader emphasized: A supportive narrative that addresses the new realities and complexities of bilateral relations. ”
In this sense, agreements and treaties are forms of diplomatic communication that are more or less part of a balanced bilateral relationship,” he added.
On that occasion, the Spanish economist and sociologist Rafael Esperanza Machin argued that Spain and Morocco, two sovereign kingdoms linked by very close neighbourly relations, shared a common denominator characterized by “many transitions”. He pointed
On the other hand, Esperanza Machin said that the position of Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez is not only timely, recognizing the autonomy initiative presented by Morocco as “the best solution to resolve the Saharan conflict”. , the work of his predecessors Felipe Gonzalez and José Luis Rodriguez Zapatero began».
At the opening ceremony of the conference, a video on Moroccan-Spanish relations was shown by, Fikr Foundation for Development, Culture and Science and (Canario-Moroccan Cooperation and Friendship Association (Acama).
The agenda of this conference (November 16-17) includes panel discussions on various topics such as the history of relations between Morocco and Spain, ways to develop economic relations between the two countries, and political and strategic perspectives. increase.