November 19, 2021 – 11:20 AM – World
On the eve of Morocco’s 66th Independence Day, US President Joe Biden wrote a congratulatory letter to King Mohammed VI.
In his message, the US President recalled the close ties between the United States and Morocco, noting that the friendship between the two countries has lasted a long time. “Our partnership is 235 years old and began in 1786 with the signing of the Treaty of Peace and Friendship between the United States and Morocco. Since then it has repeatedly demonstrated the importance and value of mutual respect and cooperation,” the head of state wrote. ..
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Joe Biden writes, “I am delighted to learn that the recent bicentennial of the U.S. Army in Tangier is an example of our lasting diplomatic relations.” He also expressed his satisfaction with “deepening our collective obligations, investing in each other’s prosperity and building this unbreakable partnership.”
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For the United States, the shared interest in peace, security and stability in North Africa provides “a solid foundation for further cooperation and engagement.”
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