Netanyahu invites the Moroccan monarch to visit Israel


On Friday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu invited Moroccan King Mohammed VI to visit Tel Aviv.

The Israeli Broadcasting Corporation said that Netanyahu made the invitation during a phone conversation with the Moroccan king, the first since US President Donald Trump announced the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two parties this December.

The Prime Minister’s Office said in a statement: “The Prime Minister had a telephone conversation with His Majesty King Mohammed VI of Morocco.”

He added, “The two leaders congratulated each other on the resumption of relations and the signing of the joint declaration with the United States and the cooperation agreements between the two countries, and the procedures and mechanisms for implementing those agreements.”

“The call was warm, friendly, and conducted in French, English, and Arabic,” the Prime Minister’s office noted.

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