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Morocco-Africa: Strengthening historic relations.
 

Conscious of the deep roots of its African belonging, Morocco showed, since independence, its commitment to consolidate its historic cultural relations and those of cooperation with the African countries.

The Moroccan foreign policy was characterized, since the beginning, by the resolute and strong support of Morocco to the liberation struggle, led by the African countries against the colonial yoke, and by the consolidation of the African Unity, illustrated particularly by the creation of the African Unity Organization, of which Morocco was among the founders.

The Moroccan diplomatic action has had as a strategic goal to raise the level of cooperation with the African countries to that of a real active and strong partnership. It is within this framework that the Royal visits paid by His Majesty The King Mohammed VI, since His Enthronement, to various African countries, have given a new momentum to the relations with the brotherly African countries and a new impetus to the South-South Cooperation.

These Royal visits have brought about a series of agreements of cooperation in the fields of economic, technical, social, cultural and human developments, such as the fight against poverty and diseases, agriculture, food-processing, fisheries, education, training, water and irrigation management, basic infrastructures, urban management, information technologies, financial management and banks.

Conscious that the human being should be in the centre of any development strategy, Morocco has made of training an important and essential component of the cooperation programs with the African countries.

This policy undertaken by the Moroccan Agency of International Cooperation (MAIC), consists of presenting the Moroccan Know-How to executives and institutions from African countries.

Sharing experiences in the sectors where technology is used at a large scale has always been an important value in the cooperation relations of Morocco with the African countries. In this respect and in addition to the purely bilateral cooperation, the tripartite cooperation is perceived as an innovative tool for the transfer of expertise and know how to the African countries.

In the field of maintaining peace and security, Morocco exerts all necessary efforts to contribute to the consolidation of peace and stability in the African continent. It has always expressed its support to the United Nations initiatives to restore peace and stability in Africa and has put military contingents at the disposal of the UN peace keeping operations in the region.

In the same way, Morocco expresses its constant eagerness to contribute to the reconciliation efforts to restore, via its mediation, stability through dialogue and trust.

Morocco’s strategic vision gives a great importance to the economic aspect of the relations with the African countries. Accordingly, the Moroccan government makes the private sector more and more involved in order to reinforce the trade exchanges and to increase the investments of Morocco in the African space.

In parallel with the bilateral actions, Morocco remains very active at the level of the African regional Organizations, namely within the regional economic communities, with the ambition of consolidating the bonds to increase and diversify the trade and investment exchanges and to strengthen cooperation with the African regional groupings.

Morocco continues to put forward the questions related to Africa development and particularly the least advanced African countries, through the organization of International Meetings, in Morocco, on priority questions for Africa.

Besides this, Morocco undertakes the task of defending the African interests with the other countries and regional groupings, notably within the framework of Dialogues held between Africa and the rest of the world and within the International Organizations. The Moroccan diplomacy has always targeted to put Africa development questions in the centre of the international community’s concerns, namely in the United Nations and its specialized agencies.

 
  Mrs. Boucetta holds talks with Ivorian Prime Minister
  Ms. Boucetta holds a serie of work meetings with several senior Rwandan officials
  Secretary of State on tour at the head of a delegation including public and private economic actors
  The new Ambassadors of Australia and the Republic of Ghana present a ciphered copy of their credentials
  Talks with the Angolan Minister of Foreign Affairs
  Talks with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Niger
  Talks with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Swaziland
  The 2017 Africa Day Celebration under the theme "Morocco an actor for a collective emergence in Africa"
  Morocco takes part in the 51st Ordinary Session of the Conference of Heads of State and Government of ECOWAS
  His Majesty the King wants his first presence at ECOWAS Summit not to take place in a context of controversy
  Mrs. Boucetta receives a delegation from the Parliament of Burkina Faso
  Talks with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Burkina Faso
  Mr. Bourita received by the President of the Republic of Mali
  Mr. Bourita received by the President of Côte d'Ivoire
  Mrs. Boucetta receives the President of the Pan-African Parliament
  Talks with the President of the Rwanda Senate
  Talks with the Speaker of the Ghanaian Parliament
  His Majesty the King Receives Nigeria's State Minister for Transportation
  His Majesty the King Chairs Signing Ceremony of Agreements on Nigeria-Morocco Gazoduc Project, Fertilizer Cooperation
  Mr. Bourita receives his Comorian counterpart, carrying a message from the President of the Union of The Comoros to His Majesty the King
  Participation of Mrs. Boucetta in the 2nd Morocco-Ethiopia Business and Investment Forum
  Mr. Bourita receives the Ivorian Foreign Minister, carrying a verbal message from President Ouattara to His Majesty the King
  The Republic of Malawi withdraws its recognition of the so-called sadr
  Mr. Bourita holds talks with his counterparts from Lesotho and Zambia
  The new Ambassador of the Republic of Zambia hands over a copy of his credentials
  Mr. Bourita delivers a message from His Majesty the King to the Gambian President
  Mr. Nasser Bourita delivers a written message from His Majesty the King, May God Assist Him, to the Ghanaian President
  Mr. Bourita delivers a written message from His Majesty the King to the Nigerian President
  Mr. Bourita received in Bamako by the Malian President
  Mr. Mezouar received by the President of Senegal and the President of Niger