Bamako, and Ouagadougou have signed multiple cooperation agreements covering diplomacy, the economy, trade, and mining.
For three days, experts from both countries worked on the framework for putting these agreements into operation.
At the end of the 10th joint session held in the Malian capital on Monday, the foreign ministers of Mali and Burkina Faso hailed the partnership.
According to Olivia Rouamba, Burkina Faso’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, the signing of these agreements will open up new areas of partnership between the two countries.
Bamako and Ouagadougou intend to place particular emphasis on their security cooperation.
13 years after the 9th session in Ouagadougou, the two countries stressed the need to maintain the spirit of partnership to alleviate the daily suffering of the populations affected by the security crisis.