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Morocco–Russia relations

Morocco–Russia relations

Morocco

Russia

Morocco–Russia relations (Arabic: علاقات مغربية روسية‎) is the bilateral relationship between Russia and Morocco. Bilateral relations between Russia and Morocco have traditionally been very good. Russia has an embassy in Rabat, and a consular office in Casablanca. Morocco is represented in Russia by its embassy to Moscow. Former Prime Minister and current President Vladimir Putin had paid a visit to Morocco in September 2006 in order to boost economic and military ties between Russia and Morocco. Morocco-Russian relations are still in constant development, while trade between the two countries reached over two billion dollars in 2011.[1]

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.moroccoworldnews.com/2012/02/29273/russias-ambassador-in-rabat-says-relations-with-morocco-are-excellent/

External links

  • (Russian) Documents on the Morocco–Russia relationship from the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • (Arabic) (French) Embassy of Russia in Rabat
  • (Arabic) (French) (Russian) Embassy of Morocco in Moscow
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