Indeed, this account managed by the Emirati journalist Khaled bin Doha evokes “a fraternal visit which reflects the cohesion between the two brotherly countries,” but without providing exhaustive details either on the subject of this meeting or on its agenda.

The fact remains that this meeting, which seems informal, comes after that of Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin, where the situation in Libya was discussed last weekend.

The visit is also announced as relations between Rabat and Abu Dhabi have experienced recent silent tensions against the background of divergent positions of the two countries on several international and regional issues, such as the Gulf crisis and the war in Libya.

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