In The Living Daylights, Bond goes to Tangier to watch the North African trade conference where general Pushkin is attending. Bond has learnt from general Koskov that Pushkin is going to be there to give new directives in a secret operation called Smiert Spionom. Bond is tailing Pushkin from the conference to find out where he is staying.
This scene was filmed in Tangier's old Medina, more accurately inside the Kasbah, which dominates the north section of the Medina. The building that was used as the trade conference building in the film, is the Kasbah Museum which still looks the same as it did in 1987.
Bond is waiting outside the conference building in an Audi 200 Avant Quattro. He has placed a press ID in the car window to avoid suspicion.
As Pushkin and Rubavitch are driven off in the Soviet flagged Mercedes, Bond follows them up the road to the right of the square, which is Rue Riad Sultan.