The decision by the “Dallas Assembly” to hold its annual seminar in Morocco, the first in an African country, reflects the special interest and trust of several American stakeholders in the Kingdom, said Minister-delegate for Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Mbarka Bouaida, on Saturday.

In a meeting with a delegation of the Dallas Assembly, Bouaida highlighted the major success of the visit of King Mohammed VI in the United States, at the invitation of President Barack Obama, which helped consolidate the strategic partnership between Rabat and Washington, and led to the signing of several agreements in the political, economic, and cultural fields.

She said the royal visit, which reflected the deep bilateral relations, helped define a roadmap and opened promising prospects for the two countries, she said.

The Dallas Assembly, founded in 1962, is an organization of diverse leaders (350 members) who have demonstrated leadership in the arenas of civic life, business, education, government, law, medicine, religion, science, or the arts.