Welcoming the resumption of ties, King Mohammed VI said the situation in his country, Palestine, had not changed.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and King Mohammed VI of Morocco had a telephone conversation, and the Israeli prime minister had invited the king to visit, according to Netanyahu’s office.
The two leaders on Friday said they would move forward with the US-brokerage agreement announced earlier this month to normalize bilateral relations.
“Renewal of relations between the two countries; The leaders paid tribute to each other for signing a joint statement with the United States and for agreements between the two countries.
It also sets out the process and mechanisms for implementing the agreements.
On Tuesday, direct flights between Israel and Morocco were launched. Water management; Visa waiver programs for connected financial systems and diplomats were signed.
Israel and Morocco will also open diplomatic offices.
Netanyahu thanked King Mohammed VI for hosting the Israeli delegation this week.
A royal court statement said King Mohammed VI highlighted the close ties between the Moroccan Jewish community and the dynasty.
Morocco has the largest Jewish community in North Africa, with a population of about 3,000, and Israel has 700,000 Jews in Morocco.
The situation in Palestine has not changed – Morocco
Welcoming the resumption of relations with Israel, the king said Morocco’s position on Palestine had not changed.
Rabat supports a distinctive identity as a city with three solutions and three religions.
Morocco closed its liaison office in Tel Aviv at the beginning of the Second Anti-Fraud, or 2002 uprising.
North America became the third Arab country this year to normalize relations with the United States in a joint venture between the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain this year.
The Palestinians condemned the agreement. They called it a betrayal of an earlier demand for Israel to meet its needs first.
When the Trump administration seeks to secede from Iran, regular deals promise economic opportunities or economic support.
Both Israel and Morocco expect tourism to grow on such connections. It is among hundreds of hundreds of Moroccan Israelites.
Israel’s new partners have benefited from Washington. The United States recognizes Rabat’s sovereignty over the Western Sahara.