The King of Morocco Mohammed VI, will be visiting Rwanda tomorrow in a three-day visit that will, as well, see him extended the working visit to Tanzania and Ethiopia.
The visit follows President Paul Kagame visit to Morocco on June 20th 2016 where he and King Mohammed VI talked on bilateral relations where President Kagame was decorated with Wissam Al-Mohammadi Medal.
Rwanda and Morocco have good relations, characterized strengthened diplomatic ties through the appointed ambassadors from both countries.
Morocco media outlets have published information about the visit of Mohammed VI to the three East African countries which, they have said, will concentrate on political and economic cooperation.
The visit is taken as a new historical chapter for the cooperation of Morocco and East African Countries as Morocco demonstrated willingness to rejoin African Union which it had left in 1984.
The departure was triggered by the AU decision to confirm Sahara Republic as an independent state yet Morocco claimed to be in control of the territory.
The visit will also be an opportunity to invite the heads of states to the international meeting on climate change ‘COP 22’ expected to be held in Morocco between 7th and 18th November,2016.