Palestinian Foreign minister, Riyad al-Maliki, reaffirmed, Saturday in Ramallah, his country's unwavering support for the territorial integrity of Morocco.
During talks with the ambassador, director of the Moroccan representative office in Ramallah, Mohamed Hamzaoui, the Palestinian minister reiterated the unwavering position of Palestine on non-interference in the internal affairs of Arab states.
Al-Maliki also commended relations between Morocco and Palestine, while welcoming the role played by Morocco in the protection of Al-Quds, through the Al Quds Committee, which is chaired by HM King Mohammed VI.
He also expressed his gratitude to the Kingdom for its support to the legitimate rights of the Palestinian people, including the establishment of an independent state on the 1967 borders and with Al-Quds East as its capital.
The Palestinian minister also welcomed the positions voiced by Morocco following the announcement of the US peace plan in the Middle-East.