A Memorandum of Understanding signed by Morocco and Nepal to form a consultation mechanism

Moroccan Ambassador to Nepal Mohamed Maliki (left) shaking hands with Foreign Secretary Shankar Das Bairagi, in Kathmandu, on Thursday, August 3, 2017. Photo: THT
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Morocco and Nepal, a landlocked central Himalayan country in South Asia, signed on the 3rd of August a Memorandum of Understanding on the formation of a bilateral consultation mechanism, reports the Himalayan Times.

Mohmmed Maliki, the Ambassador to Nepal and Shankar Das Bairagi, Nepal’s Foreign Secretary attended a ceremony in the Foreign Ministry where they signed the MoU. The latter, according to Baigari will help «exploring ways and means for further expanding and consolidating bilateral relations and cooperation».

For Maliki, the agreement will strengthen cooperation between Morocco and Nepal knowing that the two countries established diplomatic ties in 1975.  The consultation, according to the same source, will have to gather every year in Nepal and Morocco to «facilitate exchange of visits and conduct consultations in all areas of interest».

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