In Pics: UAE-Morocco diplomatic ties
Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al-Nahyan, the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, and Sheikh Hamdan Bin Zayed bin Sultan Al-Nahyan, Ruler of Abu Dhabi, have arrived in Casablanca for an official visit to Morocco.
Moroccan King Mohammed VI (R), Moroccan Prince Moulay Rachid (2R), Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al-Nahyan, the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, (2L) and Sheikh Hamdan Bin Zayed bin Sultan Al-Nahyan, Ruler of Abu Dhabi, (L) listen to their national anthems during a welcome ceremony for the UAE visitors at the Royal Palace in Casablanca on March 17, 2015. (AFP/Getty Images) Moroccan King Mohammed VI (R), Moroccan Prince Moulay Rachid (2R) and Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al-Nahyan, the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, listen to their national anthems during a welcome ceremony at the Royal Palace in Casablanca on March 17, 2015. (AFP/Getty Images) A man and his children look on as a member of the Abu Dhabi royal family in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Sheikh Hamad bin Hamdan al-Nahyan (R), 55, climbs into his own concept car dubbed the 'Black Spider', as he poses for a photograph in the Moroccan city of Rabat on January 28, 2013. (AFP/Getty Images) United Arab Emirates foreign affairs minister Abdallah Ben Zayed (R) shakes hands with British Minister in the Department for International Development Ivan Lewis during the sixth Forum for the Future conference on November 3, 2009 in Marrakesh. US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announced today at the Forum a package of measures designed to help businesses and non-governmental groups around the Muslim world. (AFP/Getty Images) Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Aboul Gheit (2nd R) talks with his counterparts from the United Arab Emirates, Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed al-Nahayan (C), Jordan's Salah Bashir (R) and Morocco's Taieb Fassi Fihri (L) at an emergency Arab League meeting in Cairo on December 31, 2008. Arab League Secretary General Amr Mussa called for an immediate meeting of rival Palestinian factions, at the opening of the emergency session on how to deal with Israel's Gaza onslaught which has killed at least 390 people, including 42 children, and wounded more than 1,900 others since it started on December 27. (AFP/Getty Images) President of the United Arab Emirates, Sheikh Khalifa Ben Zayed Al Nahyane (C) stands with King Mohammed VI of Morocco (R) and his youngest brother Prince Moulay Rachid during the welcoming ceremony upon his arrival at Casablanca Royal Palace, 23 July 2006, before meeting for talks. (AFP/Getty Images) Emirates real estate company Emaar's Chairman Mohamed Ali Alabbar (C) signs investment agreements with Morocco for 7,5 billion-euro 29 March 2006, in Casablanca. Emaar and Dubai Holding will be in charge of developping touristic projects in Rabat, Marrakech, Casablanca an Tangiers in the next ten years. Other officials are unidentified. (AFP/Getty Images) Emirates Foreign Minister Rachid Abdellah Nouaimi (L) and Finance Minster Mohamed Khalifane Ben kharbach (C) are greeted by Moroccan Finance Minister Fathallah Oualalou at Rabat Airport 10 December 2004. They arrived for the preparatory meeting for the 'Forum de l'Avenir' (Forum of the Future) set Saturday at Rabat, first step in the American government program for Middle East 'reforms'. The forum brings together foreign and finance ministers from 20 Arab states, the US and France, Great Britain, Germany, Italy, Japan, Canada and Russia. (AFP/Getty Images) Former World Heavyweight Champion Muhammad Ali (R), the American theologian converted to Islam Khalid Blankship (behind him), United Arab Emirates ambassador in Rabat Hissa Hamad Abou Chihab (C) and Palestine ambassador Abou Marouane (L) participate 15 January in a religious vigil in the Royal Palace in Rabat. The former Cassius Clay, 54, suffering from PArkinson's disease, was invited to Morocco on a four-day visit by King Hassan II during the holy month of Ramadan. (AFP/Getty Images)