In any case, Ecowas pioneers meeting in Liberia said the ramifications of its participation still should have been considered before Morocco could formally join.
Lord Mohammed VI was not at the summit since Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had been welcomed.
Morocco’s application comes after it rejoined the African Union in January.
Morocco left the mainland body in 1984 after it perceived the autonomy of Western Sahara.
Morocco sees Western Sahara as a component of its memorable region and has spent a significant part of the most recent three decades attempting to fortify ties with Europe to the detriment of relations with Africa.
Ivory Coast President Alasanne Ouattara has affirmed that the choice had been concurred on a basic level however the subtle elements still must be worked out.
Morocco, alongside Tunisia which is looking for onlooker status with the association and Mauritania, which needs to come back to the body, will be welcome to the following meeting of heads of state in Togo in December, a senior Ecowas source told.
Match bodyguards “conflict”
Ecowas is comprised of 15 West African countries, none of which offers an outskirt with Morocco.
Individuals appreciate facilitated commerce and development of individuals.
Lord Mohammed VI a week ago reported he would not be going to the summit in Liberia, as a result of the nearness of Israel’s leader.
Morocco does not have conciliatory ties with Israel.
Mr Netanyahu tended to West African pioneers on Sunday saying: “Israel is returning to Africa and Africa is returning to Israel.
“I put stock in Africa. I put stock in its potential, present and future. It is a mainland on the ascent.”
While in Liberia for the summit, his bodyguards fought with those of Togo’s President Faure Gnassingbe, as indicated by reports in the Israeli media.
This trek comes almost a year after Mr Netanyahu was in East Africa as a component of his endeavors to fortify ties between the landmass and Israel.