Moroccan Ambassador to Poland Abderrahim Atmoun held a working session on Wednesday in Warsaw with the CEO of the Polish Agency for Investment and Trade, Krzysztof Drynda devoted to the means to be implemented to boost trade. trade between Morocco and Poland.
According to a statement from the embassy, this meeting, which was attended by the Deputy Director of the Polish Agency for Investment and Trade Agnieszka Ciećwierz and the consultant for the Africa and Middle East region at the Polish center of export, Marta Teperska, was an opportunity to highlight the momentum initiated in commercial matters at the bilateral level as evidenced by the growing number of Polish companies very interested in investing in Morocco.
Krzysztof Dryndaa praised the success of the economic mission of Polish companies during his visit to Morocco last September, stressing that the Polish Agency for Investment and Trade would provide the necessary support to maintain this growing dynamic of Polish companies which want to settle in the Kingdom. The Polish official announced, on this occasion, the forthcoming opening of a Polish company in Morocco, the aim being to boost bilateral trade.
Abderrahim Atmoun reminded his interlocutors of the business opportunities in Morocco, particularly in the southern provinces of the Kingdom, as a hub and gateway to Africa, which are experiencing remarkable economic growth.
Partnership prospects, bilateral cooperation and the role of diplomacy in strengthening and consolidating ties between economic operators in the two countries were also discussed during this meeting, adds the same source.