King Mohammed VI’s Africa tour yields results:
During the second day of his three-day working visit to Senegal, the King of Morocco, Mohammed VI, on Thursday signed 13 bilateral agreements in various fields of economic cooperation with his Senegalese host, President Macky Sall.
The agreements, signed at the banquet hall of the Presidential Palace in Dakar during a ceremony co-chaired by the two heads of state, are aimed at strengthening the economic partnership already existing between the two states, and they cover such diverse areas as customs and artisanal fisheries
The agreements also include cooperation in terms of territorial administration, industrial cooperation, dairy production, animal husbandry and public health, as well as several other diverse areas.
There is also an agreement on tourism to be jointly executed by the Mohammed VI Foundation for Sustainable Development and the government of Senegal, which includes a framework agreement on cooperation in vocational training.
This is the first leg of a four-nation tour of Africa, which will also take him to Cote d’Ivoire, Guinea Bissau and Gabon…[Full Story]