Moroccan Delegation Visits Dar Es Salaam to Review Agreements Signed During Royal Visit to Tanzania
A Moroccan delegation, led by secretary of state to the minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Mounia Boucetta, paid, on Wednesday and Thursday, a visit to Dar es Salaam, where she held several meetings with senior Tanzanian officials, as part of the follow-up to the partnership agreements signed during the royal visit to this east African country in October 2016.
During the visit, which took place upon royal instructions, Boucetta held talks with Tanzania's deputy minister of Foreign Affairs, Susan Alphonce Kolimba, on means to strengthen cooperation relations between the two countries.
Both sides also decided to set up a joint task force in order to monitor and assess the implementation of the agreements signed during the royal visit.
Subsequently, the two officials co-chaired a meeting with representatives of all ministerial departments and the private sector concerned by the agreements.
During the visit of HM the King to Tanzania, 22 cooperation agreements were signed between the two countries.
The Moroccan delegation, which has already visited Ethiopia and Rwanda, will also travel, after Tanzania, to Madagascar and Zambia.
MAP 13 July 2017