Al-Naam Mayara, President of the Home of Councilors, obtained on Tuesday on the headquarters of the Home SINZOHAGER Emmanuel, President of the Senate of Burundi, who’s on a working go to to Morocco on the head of an vital parliamentary delegation.

A communiqué obtained by Hespress stated that in this reception, which was attended by the Burundi Ambassador in Rabat, the 2 sides had vital discussions on methods to accentuate and strengthen Moroccan-Burundian parliamentary relations as a part of the 2 international locations’ efforts to consolidate and increase bilateral cooperation, particularly in financial and institutional areas.

Al-Naam Mayara welcomed the go to of the Burundian delegation as a part of the implementation of the Memorandum of Understanding signed between the 2 councils, recalling the profitable go to to the Republic of Burundi final September, the place he chaired the ninth consultative assembly of the Affiliation of Senates, Shura Councils and Equal Councils in Africa and the Arab the world (ASICA); He additionally held fruitful conferences with Burundian officers.

The Chairman of the Council of Advisors added that “robust fraternal relations between the 2 pleasant international locations and peoples ought to be an incentive for additional work to be able to strengthen institutional cooperation, strengthen coordination and trade of expertise and information in all areas of mutual curiosity.” emphasizing that “The Board of Advisors places its information and expertise into working with industries.” vital steps.

In the identical context, the President expressed his hope that “this go to will contribute to the achievement of tangible leads to the close to future”, expressing confidence within the need and talent of Emmanuel SINZOHAGER to maneuver ahead on this route.

After explaining to the Burundian delegation in regards to the composition of the Council of Advisors, its options, its constitutional roles and its tireless work to attain the best pursuits of the nation away from political tensions, Al-Naam Mayara spoke in regards to the financial and social revival that our nation skilled in the course of the reign of King Mohammed VI, which contributed to the coexistence and preservation of the human dignity of the Moroccan citizen.

For his half, the President of the Senate of Burundi, who was accompanied by his nation’s ambassador to Rabat, was eager to convey the congratulations of the President of Burundi, Naeem Mayare, in his capability as President of the Affiliation of Senates, Shura Councils and Equal Councils. in Africa and the Arab world for the group and success of the Affiliation’s consultative assembly, organized within the capital Bujumbura.

Congratulating the Moroccan folks on their success in preserving their historic foundations and their political heritage, with their specificity mirrored in the important thing function of the royal establishment, SINZOHAGERA Emmanuel introduced a take a look at the political historical past of Burundi from the period of the monarchy to the current interval, the passage by means of the colonial section, in addition to the continual the trail of the Burundian folks to beat the traps of the colonial previous and protect the unity and cohesion of the constituent components of the Burundian folks.

The Burundian spokesman urged Africans to “use the Moroccan expertise in sustaining stability and historic foundations” and “African international locations to revive their awakening and cooperation to deepen South-South cooperation in a manner that contributes to Africa’s prosperity.” economic system and the enlargement and diversification of commerce exchanges between African international locations.

The President of the Senate of Burundi expressed the hope that “his go to to Morocco will carry vital leads to capability constructing, utilizing the Moroccan expertise and deepening bilateral cooperation within the discipline of agriculture, combating local weather change, new applied sciences and decentralization insurance policies.” On this regard, he known as on Moroccan traders to “make the most of the funding alternatives supplied by the Burundian economic system.

On the difficulty of the territorial integrity of the Queen, the Moroccan facet expressed its gratitude to Burundi for its optimistic perspective in the direction of the query of the Moroccan Sahara and its unwavering help for the Kingdom in its honest efforts to discover a remaining resolution to the fabricated dispute over the Moroccan southern provinces.

Notably, members of the Bureau of the Council, Muhammad Khanin, Ahmed Akhishish, Abd al-Ilah Hefzi, and the Secretary Common of the Council, Asad Zeruali, attended this reception.

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