The opening of the General Senegalese Consulate in Dakhla, the country’s 10th diplomatic representation in the city in just over a year, was celebrated on Tuesday by several Senegalese newspapers, websites, and media outlets. Senegal and Morocco have had a thousand-year relationship.
The popular daily + Le Soleil + reports that Senegal is opening its General Consulate in Dakhla, stating that Minister of Foreign Affairs and Senegalese Abroad, Assata Tall Sall, attended the inauguration of the Consulate in Dakhla, “a southern province of the Shereefian Kingdom,” on Monday with Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation, and Moroccans living abroad, Nasser Bourita.
At the end of this inauguration, the two ministers signed two cooperation agreements and a memorandum of understanding intended to promote the Moroccan-Senegalese partnership in the fields of decentralization, information technologies. and communication (ICT) and civil aviation, adds the publication.
Senegal has joined the ten countries that have opened a consulate in Dakhla, writes + WalfQuotidien +, noting that through the opening of this consular representation, the president “Macky Sall reaffirms Dakar’s position on the Moroccan character of the Sahara “.
Senegal has opened a consulate general in Dakhla, the 10th diplomatic representation inaugurated in this city for a little over a year reports the information site + SENEGO +, stressing that during the inauguration ceremony, the Minister of foreigners, African Cooperation and Moroccans living abroad, Nasser Bourita and the Minister of Foreign Affairs, and Senegalese Abroad, Aïssata Tall Sall addressed “the different aspects of fraternity and cooperation relations rooted in the history linking Morocco and Senegal ”.
For + Lequotidien.sn +, Senegal joins the list of countries friends and allies of Morocco which have opened consulates in Dakhla, the second-largest city in the Moroccan Sahara.
The Press Agency + APA + reported on the opening of the Senegalese Consulate General in Dakhla, highlighting the excellent secular relations between Morocco and Senegal, which have a long history.
After Djibouti, Gambia, Guinea, Liberia, Equatorial Guinea, Burkina Faso, Guinea Bissau, Haiti, and the Democratic Republic of Congo, this is the tenth diplomatic representation to open in Dakhla, according to APA.