The Ministry of Transport and Logistics held a meeting on Tuesday in Rabat with professional associations and unions of tourist transport in Morocco, devoted to several questions, in particular the deadlines of loans taken out by operators and the authorizations of their vehicles. .
According to a press release from the ministry, this meeting was indeed the opportunity to discuss additional facilities, for the benefit of professionals, related to the payment of loan maturities within the framework of ongoing consultations with the Professional Group of Moroccan Banks. , as well as the extension of the validity of the operation of vehicle authorizations.
This meeting also made it possible to discuss issues of concern to professionals in the tourist transport sector, in particular the negative repercussions of the Coronavirus pandemic, as well as the future vision aimed at modernizing the sector, the statement said.
This first meeting made it possible to enhance the dialogue with professionals, it was noted, adding that the two parties are committed to continuing a responsible dialogue, by holding regular meetings during the year 2022.
It was also an opportunity to discuss the government’s achievements in promoting the tourist transport sector, which consist in the promulgation of exceptional measures for the benefit of employers affiliated to the National Social Security Fund (CNSS ), underlines the same source.
Chaired by Mohammed Abdeljalil, Minister of Transport and Logistics, this meeting is part of the dialogue launched by this department with professional representations of road transport in Morocco, with the aim of renewing dialogue and establishing trust between the two parties in an open and responsible manner, in particular in the face of the constraints imposed by the Coronavirus pandemic on this vital sector.
These meetings aim to formulate an integrated and participatory vision to promote tourist transport, in line with the development objectives of the tourism sector in Morocco and taking into account the aspirations of professionals.