Interior Minister of Morocco Meets His Belgian Counterpart.

Interior Minister of Morocco Meets His Belgian counterpart. \ Newslooks \ Washington \

In a notable diplomatic meeting held in Morocco, the Interior Minister of Morocco, Abdelouafi Laftit, welcomed his Belgian counterpart, Annelies Jan Louisa Verlinden, Minister of the Interior, Institutional Reforms, and Democratic Renewal, along with Nicole De Moor, Secretary of State for Asylum and Migration. The gathering focused on reinforcing bilateral relations and exploring collaborative strategies in security and migration management, reflecting a commitment to address shared challenges through enhanced cooperation.

Morocco Belgium Relations

On Monday, Morocco’s Interior Minister, Abdelouafi Laftit, hosted Belgium’s Minister of the Interior, Institutional Reforms, and Democratic Renewal, Annelies Jan Louisa Verlinden, along with Nicole De Moor, Secretary of State for Asylum and Migration. During their meeting, the ministers addressed various topics of mutual interest and discussed enhancing the dynamic partnership between the two countries, particularly in the areas of security and migration, according to a press release from the Interior Ministry.
The ministers expressed agreement in their analyses of complex regional and international issues and committed to bolster the exchange of expertise and information to better predict and address the diverse threats and challenges posed by the criminal activities of terrorist organizations and networks involved in various cross-border trafficking endeavors, the release noted.
Laftit outlined Morocco’s comprehensive counterterrorism strategy, which effectively integrates operational actions and information sharing with preventive measures, especially against radicalization, and includes aspects of reintegration.
Regarding migration, he highlighted Morocco’s comprehensive and humane approach to migration governance, which prioritizes the well-being of migrants in line with the High Royal Guidelines.
Furthermore, Laftit emphasized Morocco’s commitment to regional security through its active role in border control and combating all types of cross-border crime.
The ministers also acknowledged the establishment of the Permanent Joint Migratory Group by both countries to facilitate significant, coordinated progress in migration management that integrates various synergies and sectoral approaches into a comprehensive and balanced strategy.
The discussions also underscored the positive impact of the Moroccan community in Belgium, which serves as a bridge fostering human and civilizational connections between the two nations, the press release concluded.

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