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Morocco occupies a leading position in the choice of partnerships

Morocco “occupies a prominent place among the priority countries of Wallonia-Brussels”, whose importance is confirmed by the diversity of the areas of cooperation between the two parties, said Monday in Rabat, the General Administrator of Wallonia -Brussels International, Pascale Delcomminette.

In a speech at the opening of the work of the 8th session of the permanent joint commission between the government of the Kingdom and that of the Walloon region and the French Community Wallonia-Brussels, Pascale Delcomminette indicated that “Morocco is thus one of the priority countries for which the financial resources mobilized are among the most important”.

This 8th CMP Morocco-Wallonia-Brussels will continue to strengthen bilateral relations and will see the establishment of a strong strategic partnership between the two parties which will make it possible to achieve the respective ambitions of the two partners around common values, he added. she says.

“Despite the economic and health crises, Wallonia, the WB Federation and the French-speaking Brussels government have not hesitated to strengthen the means to carry out our partnership,” she said.

The general administrator of the WB region noted that the bilateral partnership program “will guide bilateral relations for the next five years”, focusing on supporting and accompanying the strategic reforms of Morocco’s new development model.

And to add, in this sense, that it is “to this end that cooperation between public administrations will be strengthened in addition to support for actors in civil society, culture, academics and economics”.

Co-chaired by the Director of Cooperation and Cultural Action at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans Living Abroad, Nadia El Hnot, and by the General Administrator of Wallonie-Bruxelles International, Pascale Delcomminette, the CMP held its 7th edition in Brussels in 2017.



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