During a ceremony held at Qasr Al Watan in Abu Dhabi, the two sides exchanged a number of memorandums of understanding, including the following:
1 memorandum of understanding on establishing an investment partnership in high-speed train projects in the Kingdom of Morocco. It was exchanged by the UAE Minister of Energy and Infrastructure Suhail bin Mohammed Faraj Faris Al Mazrouei, and by Morocco Mohamed Rabie Lakhlea, head of the National Office of Railways.
2 Memoranda on an investment partnership in the water sector exchanged by the UAE.
Suhail bin Mohammed Faraj Faris Al Mazrouei, and from the Moroccan side Nizar Baraka, Minister of Equipment and Water.
3 Memorandum on a development partnership. It was exchanged by Mohamed Hassan El Suwaidi, Minister of Investment, and by Faouzi Lekjaa, Minister Delegate to the Minister of Economy and Finance in charge of the budget.
4 Memorandum of Understanding between ADNOC and the Office Cherif Phosphate (OCP). Exchanged by the UAE Mohammed Hassan Al Suwaidi, Minister of Investment. On the Moroccan side, Mustapha Terrab, Director General of the Office Chérifien des Phosphates.
5- A memorandum on an investment partnership in energy sector projects exchanged by Suhail bin Mohamed Faraj Fares El Mazrouei and Leila Benali, Minister of Energy Transition and Sustainable Development in Morocco.
6- A memorandum on an investment partnership in the agricultural and fisheries sectors. Mariam bint Mohammed Saeed Hareb Al Muhairi, Minister of Climate Change and Environment, and Mohamed Siddiqui, Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries, Fisheries, Maritime and Rural Development, Water and Forests, for Morocco.
7- A memorandum on investment cooperation in the airport sector was exchanged by Mohamed Hassan El Suwaidi, Minister of Investment, and Mohamed Abdeljalil, Minister of Transport and Logistics, Morocco.
8 Memorandum of Understanding for investment cooperation in the ports sector. It was exchanged by Mohamed Hassan al-Suwaidi and from the Moroccan side Nizar Baraka, Minister of Equipment and Water.
9 Memorandum on the establishment of an investment partnership linked to the "Morocco-Nigeria Gas Pipeline" project exchanged by the UAE Suhail bin Mohammed Faraj Faris Al Mazrouei and Amina Benkhadra, Director of the National Office of Hydrocarbons and Minerals in Morocco.
10 memorandums of joint cooperation in the "Capital Markets and Capital Market" sector, exchanged by Mohamed Hassan Al-Suwaidi, Minister of Investment, and Nadia Fattah, Minister of Economy and Finance.
11 memorandums of understanding on an investment partnership in the field of tourism and real estate. It was exchanged by Mohamed Hassan Al-Suwaidi and Mohsen Jazouli, Minister Delegate to the Prime Minister in charge of Investment.
12- A memorandum on establishing an investment partnership in information storage projects. It was exchanged by Mohamed Hassan Al Suwaidi by the UAE and by Mohsen Jazouli, Minister Delegate to the Head of Government in charge of Investment, Morocco.

Talks session at Qasr Al Watan

Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan discussed with King Mohammed VI the historical fraternal relations between the UAE and Morocco and ways to strengthen them, in addition to all regional and international issues of common interest.

During the talks session that took place today at Qasr Al Watan in Abu Dhabi, the UAE president welcomed the visit of King Mohammed VI "in his country and among his people... He stressed the strength of the solid brotherly ties between the United Arab Emirates and the Kingdom of Morocco, which are based on understanding, mutual respect and cooperation, which were laid by Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan and King Hassan II, and "we are keen to continue their approach and legacy in strengthening and building on these relations."

For his part, His Majesty King Mohammed VI congratulated Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed on the occasion of the UAE's 52nd Union Day, wishing the country and its people further progress and prosperity.

He also wished the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP28), hosted by the UAE, to succeed in producing results that enhance the course of international climate action for the benefit of all peoples of the world.

The two sides reviewed ways to develop cooperation relations and joint work in various fields, especially economic, investment, development and culture, and the ambitious opportunities available to diversify and expand them to wider horizons in order to achieve the aspirations of the two countries and their brotherly peoples for development and prosperity.

The two sides also discussed a number of regional and international issues and topics and the latest developments in the Middle East and exchanged views on them, foremost of which are the developments in the Palestinian territories, stressing the need for international action for a ceasefire in the Gaza Strip, the protection of civilians and ensuring that adequate humanitarian assistance reaches them within safe and permanent mechanisms.

In this context, the two sides stressed the importance of finding a clear horizon for a lasting and comprehensive peace based on the "two-state solution" as the way to achieve stability and create a suitable environment for strengthening cooperation for the benefit of the development and prosperity of all peoples of the region.

Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan said that "there is an important base of common interests between the UAE and Morocco, which we are keen to expand in all fields," noting that the agreements signed by the two countries during the visit will be a starting point for a great and qualitative development in economic and investment cooperation between them during the coming period, in line with the common goal of achieving development for the two countries and their brotherly peoples.

He also stressed that the UAE and Morocco represent an element of stability and development in the region and are working to strengthen joint Arab action to achieve the aspirations of the Arab peoples for development and prosperity, expressing confidence that the visit of King Mohammed VI will contribute to further advancing bilateral relations at all levels and tracks.

At the end of the talks, the two sides affirmed their keenness to continue developing bilateral relations and moving them to broader qualitative horizons of economic, trade and investment cooperation and joint coordination to serve their mutual interests.