The Vice-President and Minister of External Relations of the Republic of Colombia, Marta Lucia Ramírez and the President of the General Confederation of Moroccan Enterprises (CGEM), Chakib Alj, affirmed their desire to build a solid and winning economic and commercial partnership. -winner.
During a meeting held on Friday in Casablanca, the two parties stressed that this partnership will allow Moroccan and Colombian companies to access new markets, whether in Africa or Latin America, underlines the CGEM in a press release.
Chakib Alj, accompanied by the General Vice-President of CGEM, Mehdi Tazi, and economic actors, also welcomed “the visa exemption between Morocco and Colombia announced by Ms. Ramírez”, in official visit to Morocco, added the press release. “This initiative is likely to further promote economic and commercial cooperation between economic operators of the two countries whose economies present several complementarities, particularly in the sectors of agriculture, pharmaceutical industry, renewable energies or technologies. and innovation, ”notes the CGEM.
At the end of this meeting, it was agreed that the CGEM will lead, “soon” in Bogota, a delegation of Moroccan business leaders, with a view to exploring opportunities for cooperation and creating new synergies, concludes the report. communicated.
Working lunch between Mr. @AljChakib & SE.Mrs. @mluciaramirez, Vice-president & MAE of Colombia, around the construction of a solid & win-win 🇲🇦-🇨🇴 economic partnership, allowing companies from the 2 countries to access new markets in Africa & South America. pic.twitter.com/Wo3aoD7J6g
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