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Morocco, ‘key Player’ in Fight against Terrorism (NATO)

Morocco is a “key player” in the fight against terrorism, said Monday in Rabat, the Deputy Assistant Secretary General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) for Political Affairs and Security Policy, Javier Colomina Piriz, who described the Kingdom as a “very important partner” for the Atlantic Alliance.

In a statement to MAP news channel M24, following his talks with representatives of national departments that monitor the program of cooperation and partnership with NATO, Colomina Piriz welcomed the “enormous responsibility” that Morocco has chosen to take in the field of combating terrorism.

He also emphasized the “practical cooperation” that the Atlantic Alliance has with the Moroccan military authorities and the “important political dialogue” it maintains with the Kingdom, recalling, in this sense, that Morocco is a member of the Mediterranean Dialogue.

Colomina Piriz, who is on a working visit to the Kingdom, said, on the other hand, “extremely satisfied” with the high-level conversations he had with the Moroccan authorities to intensify this dialogue and make it “more regular and more substantial”, stressing the need to revitalize it.

He also took the opportunity to express the wish to continue to deepen the “enormously satisfactory” partnership relationship that NATO has with Morocco.


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