Morocco-Hungary Cooperation on Agenda of Virtual Conference – Lower House
Rabat – Sustainable development and bilateral cooperation between Morocco and Hungary were the focus of a video conference, held Tuesday at the initiative of the Morocco-Hungary parliamentary friendship group at the House of Representatives (Lower House).
Speaking on this occasion, Hungary’s ambassador in Rabat Miklos Tromler welcomed the convening of the meeting, highlighting the development and prosperity of bilateral relations, in the political, economic and scientific fields.
The diplomat, quoted by a statement of the House of Representatives, welcomed the undeniable role of parliamentarians, including the action taken by the friendship groups to improve the level of bilateral relations between the two countries.
He also highlighted Morocco’s undeniable efforts in the area of sustainable development, environment and energy, as well as the personal interest of HM the King in Morocco’s energy and climate strategy.
On this occasion, Souad Boulaych Hajraoui, president of the Morocco-Hungary parliamentary friendship group, highlighted the efforts made by the Kingdom to improve relations between the two countries.
The image of the Kingdom is very positive in Hungary, given the stability of the country and the launch of reforms and major development projects, under the leadership of His Majesty King Mohammed VI, she said.
Boulaych Hajraoui called for intensifying bilateral communications between Budapest and Rabat and strengthening trade between the two countries, Morocco being Hungary’s third economic partner in Africa.
Welcoming the clear and favorable position of Budapest on the issue of the Moroccan Sahara through the autonomy plan, Boulaych Hajraoui called for raising the level of parliamentary communication between Morocco and Hungary to the level of a parliamentary forum.
As for the president of the Hungary-Morocco parliamentary friendship group Timea Szabo, she expressed her consideration for the “tremendous work” done by Morocco in the field of environment, revealing the challenges facing her country in this area.
This meeting was attended by a range of Moroccan and Hungarian legislative personalities, to discuss issues of common interest and promote bilateral relations, the statement concluded.