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The United States and Morocco convened Tuesday in Washington D.C. the Africa working group of the U.S.-Morocco Strategic Dialogue in order "to strengthen cooperation" on the two countries' common interests in Africa, the US Department of State said Wednesday.

"Delegations from the United States and Morocco agreed to build on ongoing initiatives to address political, economic, and security issues facing the continent," the source pointed out in a press release.

The delegations discussed new opportunities for possible trilateral cooperation on the continent, including in development finance, trade, and youth empowerment; countering terrorism; building the capacity of security services in the region; and strengthening governance.

Following the decision taken last September by minister of foreign affairs and international cooperation, Nasser Bourita, and US Secretary of State Michael Pompeo to relaunch the Morocco-U.S. Strategic Dialogue, the first session of the Africa working group of the said Dialogue was held with the participation of a large Moroccan delegation led by Mohcine Jazouli, minister delegate for African cooperation.