The Brazilian Senate this week created a Morocco-Brazil parliamentary group, which will work to promote exchanges between the two countries, particularly in vital areas, and to further consolidate their relations.
This new mixed parliamentary group which is part of the development of cooperation between the two countries will be chaired by Senator Hiran Gonçalves while Senator Esperidião Amin will serve as vice-president.
” Today, I took on another mission here in the Federal Senate: chairing the Brazil-Morocco parliamentary group. A significant challenge, because we have a vast front to explore“, says Gonçalves in posts on his social networks.
” And the result, which according to Ambassador Nabil Adghoghi is already satisfactory, will progress even more, mainly in sectors such as food security, renewable energies, the mineral industry“, continues the Senator.
It should be noted that Morocco’s ambassador to Brazil, Nabil Adghoghi, took part in the creation of the Morocco-Brazil parliamentary group in the Senate. He thus underlined the deepening of cooperation between the two countries in sectors with higher added value, namely renewable energies and the mineral industry.
Gonçalves recalls that the Moroccan company OCP, for example, announced its intention to build a fertilizer factory in Pará. ” Thousands of jobs will be created! Our goal here is to further develop this work“, he argued.
And to conclude, the Brazilian Senator affirms that ” Morocco is a sensational country, we have here a potential partnership for the growth and development of the two countries!“.