Moroccan-Indonesian Ties Derive Force from Historical Dimension, Indonesian Official
21.08.2017-Rabat/ Relations between Morocco and Indonesia are solid and derive their force from the historical dimension, said Indonesian Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi.
The Moroccan-Indonesian relations started when Morocco gained its independence in 1956, knowing that these relations date back to the preparatory phase of the Bandung Conference in 1955, which was an inspiration for Asian and African countries striving to achieve independence including Morocco, Marsudi told daily "Le Matin du Sahara", on the occasion of the 72nd anniversary of the independence of his country.
The visit paid by former Indonesian President Ahmed Soekarno to the Kingdom in 1960 was to celebrate the bonds of friendship and fraternity between the two countries and will be engraved in the memory of all Moroccans, said the Indonesian diplomat.
Bilateral relations marked by political stability are growing stronger thanks to the mutual support of both peoples, who are exempted from the obligation to provide a visa, said Marsudi.
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