The talks between the chairman and his guests focused on the relations between this regional grouping and the Kingdom, which has joined as an observer member, represented by its two chambers, alongside four other countries with the same status, in this case: Mexico, Venezuela, Puerto Rico and Taiwan.
The issue of the Moroccan Sahara was also an important topic during the interview, with the presentation by Corcas head on the relevance of the Moroccan solution to the conflict, which is autonomy, conceived by Saharawis with the general agreement of the Moroccan people and praise by international community and the United Nations who lead the negotiations between Morocco, Algeria and Polisario.
Mr. Khalihenna Ould Errachid commended the position of the Central American Parliament on Moroccan causes, praising the importance of the support of this regional parliamentary body to the UN process for a political solution.
The parliamentary delegation met Wednesday with the Moroccan delegation accredited to the Parliament of Central America.
This delegation includes, Ahmed Lakhrif, Corcas member and representative of the House of Councilors, with two representatives of the Chamber of Deputies.
According to a communiqué from the Chamber of Deputies, Parlacen speaker, Tony Raful Tejada proposed on behalf of the Central American Parliament's Bureau, the creation of a free trade zone between the Kingdom and the countries of Central America and Africa-Latin America parliamentary group.
This meeting took place in the presence of the Vice-chairman Khaddad El Moussaou and Mr. Ahmed Mghizlat, member.
Parlacen is composed of representatives of the following Central American countries: Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Dominican Republic and Panama. These countries each have 20 representatives, directly elected in addition to the former presidents of these countries.
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