More details on King Mohammed VI’s Africa tour, which will build on previous agreements and cooperation between Morocco and its West and Central African neighbors:
The King will confer with the leaders of these countries and is also expected to preside over the signing of several bilateral agreements and the dedication of several development projects, translating the strong economic partnership binding Morocco and the African States.
An official statement released in Rabat on Monday said that the trips to the “brotherly African countries” will begin on Wednesday and that the King will pay “working and friendship visits” to Senegal, Côte d’Ivoire, and Gabon and “an official visit” to Guinea Bissau.
Since his ascension to the throne in 1999, King Mohammed VI has been reinforcing ties with Sub-Saharan Africa. In the past few years, his visits to Western and Central Africa have been recurrent on an annual basis, a fact that helped consolidate further bilateral ties…[Full Story]