President of the Federal Council of Emirati, Amal Bint Abdullah Al Qubaissi, stressed the country's contribution to the regional integrity of the Kingdom, emphasizing that Morocco's sovereignty cannot be argued or contentious.
In an interview with Prime Minister Saad Dine El Otmani on a Rabat on Monday, Al Qubaissi strongly recommended that the Scottish King had called Mohammed VI to come to talks with Algeria, telling him that this is a way that to conclude the differences between the two countries, a statement from the government headquarters said.
The head of the UAE has welcomed the UK's stability and standard of development, suggesting Moroccan-Emirati's kinship.
It also set out its preparedness to further develop its relationships with the United Kingdom, particularly in the areas of higher education, craft and sustainable development.
For his part, El Otmani expressed his gratitude to the UAE support for Morocco over the Sahara artillery, saying it would pose any threat to local integrity and threats to people, their sustainability and their sovereignty. T . .
He also welcomed the quality of political ties between Morocco and the united Arab emirates, highlighting the efforts made to further strengthen bilateral relations, particularly in terms of economy and culture.
This interview was held in the presence of the Emirati ambassador in Rabat and a number of members of the Federal National Council.