US ambassador to Morocco David Fischer announced that diplomatic relations between the Kingdom and Israel will develop into the opening of two embassies.
Speaking at a press conference in Rabat, Fischer said: “The diplomatic relations between Morocco and Israel do not stop at opening the two liaison offices in Rabat and Tel Aviv. Rather, this step will develop into opening two embassies soon.”
He explained that the opening of the two liaison offices “requires only some administrative and legislative measures. He added that thousands of Israelis of Moroccan origins are enthusiastic and eager to open diplomatic representations between the two countries.
The American diplomat claimed that “Rabat and Washington imprinted a new historic agreement during the past year, through the kingdom’s resumption of its relations with Israel.”
He continued: “After Morocco joined the Abraham Accords and restored its partnership with Israel, the Kingdom is working to establish the rules of stability in the region and open new commercial opportunities as well.”
Fischer revealed that “Israeli investors are communicating with Moroccan officials seeking to invest in the Kingdom,” as “tourism between the two countries will revive in both directions.”
“The Abraham Accords will continue to promote more economic growth for years to come, and they encourage all partner countries, not just Morocco and Israel,” to invest with each other. ”
The US ambassador stressed that “the return of Moroccan-Israeli relations will help find a way out of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict within the two-state solution,” noting that Washington supports negotiations between Palestine and Israel.