King Mohammed VI had, on Wednesday at the Presidential Palace in Libreville, a meeting with Ali Bongo Ondimba, President of the Gabonese Republic.
This meeting, subsequently extended to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans Living Abroad, Nasser Bourita, to the Minister Delegate to the Gabonese Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ms. Yolande Nyonda and to the Secretary General of the President of the Republic of Gabon, Jean-Yves Teale, was an opportunity to underline the importance of the deep, rich and solidly anchored relations between Morocco and Gabon, as well as the strong bonds of fraternity and solidarity between the two peoples.
During their meeting, the King and the Gabonese President reviewed the state of the bilateral partnership in all areas.
Subsequently, King Mohammed VI proceeded, in the presence of the President of the Gabonese Republic, to the delivery of a donation of 2,000 tons of fertilizers.
This solidarity action is part of the Kingdom of Morocco’s concern for Gabonese farmers, particularly in the current context, marked by the world food crisis and the difficulties in the supply of fertilizers.
In accordance with the Very High Royal Instructions, following this operation, a structural action will be undertaken with the objective of allowing farmers in this brotherly country access to quality fertilizers, affordable and specifically adapted to the needs of soils and crops. of the region.