RABAT, MOROCCO (AFP) – United States Secretary of State Antony Blinken arrived in Morocco on Monday (March 28) to fulfill senior officers and maintain talks with the United Arab Emirates’ de facto chief, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed al-Nahyan.
Mr Blinken flew in from Israel, the place he joined a historic assembly of fellow top diplomats from the Jewish state, UAE, Morocco, Bahrain and Egypt. The assembly underlined the current optimistic shift in relations between Arab nations and Israel.
US officers mentioned talks in Morocco on Tuesday, and in a follow-up cease on Wednesday in Algeria, would cope with growth points, in addition to the financial fallout from the Ukraine battle, which has impacted meals provides for main grain importers in the area.
Discussions had been additionally anticipated to handle cooperation on confronting the continued risk from the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria group and Al-Qaeda associates in the Sahel area.