Morocco's Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nasser Bourita, is currently on a working visit to Washington D.C., Morocco's News Agency MAP reported on Monday.
The same source said that the Moroccan top diplomat's visit is part of the ongoing consultations aimed at consolidating the strategic partnership between Morocco and the United States and consulting on various regional and international issues.
"During this visit, Bourita will have a series of talks at the White House and the State Department, including with the head of the American diplomacy, Antony Blinken.", MAP added.
The news agency pointed out that "the Minister’s visit will be an opportunity to consolidate this strong and longstanding bilateral strategic partnership between the two countries in a variety of areas and to discuss international and regional issues of mutual interest, particularly in the Middle East and Africa."
This special visit confirms the dynamic of regular exchanges between Morocco and the United States, which has intensified considerably over the past two years, with the visit to the Kingdom of many senior American officials.