The promotion of bilateral relations in the judicial field was the focus of the meeting on Monday the 7th of August 2017 in Rabat between the Minister of Justice Mohamed Aujjar and Berenice Owen Jones, Australia’s ambassador in Morocco. The meeting was an opportunity to inform Mrs Owen Jones of the deep reforms that Morocco is very experienced in several areas.
At the meeting, the two sides highlighted the importance of strengthening bilateral cooperation, particularly in the areas of justice, human rights and migration, highlighting the political stability and the Recognition of the international community’s efforts in the fight against terrorism. As for the Australian diplomat praised the Moroccan experience in the fight against terrorism, stressing her country’s support for promoting excellent relations between Australia and the Kingdom of Morocco, as well as promising prospects for development Of these relations in different fields.
There is no Australian diplomatic mission in Morocco. The Department’s office in Cairo, Egypt, manages visa and citizenship services for clients in Morocco.
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