The strengthening of economic relations between Morocco and France was at the center of discussions, Tuesday in Rabat, between the Minister of Economy and Finance, Nadia Fettah Alaoui and the Minister Delegate in charge of foreign trade and attractiveness from the Republic of France, Franck Riester.
During this interview, Nadia Fettah Alaoui and Franck Riester thus reaffirmed their willingness to work together towards the consolidation and strengthening of cooperation between the Kingdom and the French Republic, within the framework of a mutually beneficial partnership, indicates a press release from the Ministry of the Economy and Finance.
On the same occasion, the two officials underlined the excellence and sustainability of bilateral economic and financial cooperation relations, characterized by their density and diversity, underlines the press release. Also, the two parties returned to the quality of relations between Morocco and France and the exceptional and lasting character which has always marked the strategic partnership that unites the two countries. During this meeting, Nadia Fettah Alaoui recalled the main orientations of the government program which was developed in line with the High Royal Guidelines and the conclusions of the report on the New Development Model. The objective is to establish a social state with three main priorities, namely, the job-creating economy, health and education.
The Minister also presented the efforts made by the Kingdom, at different levels, to provide responses to the context of the health crisis and instill a new dynamic of recovery as well as the ambitious reform of the sector of establishments and public enterprises.
For his part, Franck Riester who was accompanied by Mrs. Hélène Le Gal, Ambassador of France to Morocco, presented the priority projects undertaken by France, as part of its post-crisis recovery program, in terms of foreign trade and attractiveness, highlighting the strategic importance given by France to strengthening economic relations with Morocco.
This meeting is part of Franck Riester’s official visit to Morocco, on November 22 and 23, 2021, during which he met several officials and representatives of the public and private sectors.