Details of increasing Morocco-Senegal cooperation in the wake of King Mohammed VI’s latest diplomatic tour of West and Central Africa:
Moroccan-Senegalese cooperation is gaining momentum in all fields as shown by the impressive number of agreements sealed by the two countries during the visit King Mohammed VI paid this week to Senegal.
A total of thirteen landmark cooperation agreements were signed under the watch of President Macky Sall and the Moroccan monarch, both eager to build up a model of South-South partnership and unlock the full potential of the two countries relations.
Each of the signed agreements was well-prepared behind the scene for months by the Moroccan and Senegalese specialized committees and experts to expand cooperation ties in a particular field of common interest.
These agreements seek to foster economic & industrial partnership and boost bilateral cooperation in the fields of sustained development, customs, fisheries, administrative management, logistics, handicraft, milk production, animal health, vocational training, drinking water and rural electrification.
They also aim to take bilateral relations to a higher level in the fields of finance, banking, investments, solar energy and education (scholarship for students and executives.)..[Full Story]