Head of Government : Morocco Ready to Share Expertise with Uganda
Morocco is ready to share its expertise with Uganda in important areas such as agriculture and food-processing industry, said, Monday in Rabat, head of government Saad Dine El Otmani.
Speaking at a meeting with Speaker of the Parliament of Uganda Rebecca Kadaga Alitwala, El Otmani expressed the eagerness of Morocco, under the insightful leadership of HM King Mohammed VI, to foster relations with friendly African countries, commit to economic and social development in the continent, strengthen peace and security and implement cooperation agreements between the Kingdom and African countries in different fields.
Rebecca Kadaga, who is visiting Morocco with a parliamentary delegation as part of strengthening relations of friendship and cooperation between the two countries and the two legislative institutions, expressed the wish of her country to reinforce the ties of cooperation with the Kingdom, said a statement from the Department of the Head of Government.
She also expressed willingness to benefit from the Moroccan experience in addressing the various challenges facing Morocco, notably education, training, health and the development of agricultural products, the same source added.
During this meeting, the two parties expressed their shared desire to bolster the relations of friendship, consultation and cooperation through the exchange of visits between officials, the strengthening of parliamentary diplomacy, the building of cultural bridges, as well as the exploration of partnership opportunities offered by the economies of both countries.
Referring to the issue of territorial integrity, El Otmani underlined the Kingdom of Morocco's cooperation with the UN Security Council, which is constantly encouraging the different parties concerned to reach a consensual political solution, recalling, in this regard, the autonomy initiative submitted by Morocco, considered as realistic and credible by the international community, the statement said.
MAP 16 July 2019