Bourita_UN  Morocco advocates for a "multilateral system that brings efficiency and provides solutions". - Embassy of Morocco in South Africa

In an address on the occasion of the ministerial meeting of the Alliance for Multilateralism, held virtually on the sidelines of the high-level debate of the 75th United Nations General Assembly, Mr. Bourita stressed that Morocco has chosen, under the leadership of HM King Mohammed VI, a united, inclusive, pragmatic and action-oriented multilateralism.

Referring to the "immensity" of the challenges that await present and future generations, including the development of a "safe, effective and accessible" vaccine against Covid-19, education and the economic recession, the minister said that "it is our responsibility to give substance to the ideal of multilateralism of action".

The Minister further stressed that "The Covid-19 is, undoubtedly, a turning point in the history of multilateralism nothing that even "eroded", the foundations of multilateralism remain "solid".
“Multilateralism has not disappeared and is not about to disappear. For a simple reason: there is no better alternative,” emphasized the Minister adding that, "it is not enough to preserve multilateralism but it must be improved, by learning from the lessons of the pandemic." "

It is this constructive and reforming spirit that the Alliance for Multilateralism stands for, and it is this very spirit that Morocco supports," concluded Minister Bourita.