Closer links between Morocco and Lebanon are being discussed in Rabat, capital of Morocco, with the arrival there on Monday (12 March) of Lebanon's Prime Minister, Mr.
SV Lebanese P.M. Salam down steps of aircraft and greeted by Moroccan P.M. Ahmed Osman
SV Shaking hands with Government members and
SV Salam and Osman walk across tarmac
SV Two men walk past guard of honour
SV Shaking hands with members of Lebanese community
LEBANESE PRIME MINISTER SALAM DOWN AIRCRAFT STEPS AND GREETED BY MOROCCAN PRIME MINISTER OSMAN: MEETING DIPLOMATS: GUARD OF HONOUR: SALAM MEETING MEMBERS OF LEBANESE COMMUNITY.
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Background: Closer links between Morocco and Lebanon are being discussed in Rabat, capital of Morocco, with the arrival there on Monday (12 March) of Lebanon's Prime Minister, Mr. Saeb Salam.
Mr. Salam in spending six days in the North African country the invitation of Morocco's King Hassan.
The Lebanese Prime Minister was met at the Rabat Airport by the Moroccan Prime Minister, Mr. Ahmed Osman.
He received a warm welcome from members of the Lebanese community living in Morocco.
Lebanon and Morocco's move to achieve closer ties follows King Hassan's announcement three weeks go that he would be sending motorised military units to Lebanon's neighbour, Syria, later this month.