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Morocco and Liberia begin Second Session Joint Commission Agreement Meeting

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King Mohammed VI of Morocco and President George M.Weah of the Republic of Liberia
King Mohammed VI of Morocco and President George M.Weah of the Republic of Liberia

MONROVIA, LIBERIA-The second session of the Joint Commission Agreement Meeting between Liberia and the Kingdom of Morocco has opened in Monrovia.

According to Acting Foreign Minister, Elias Shinnying, the meeting is aimed at reviewing ongoing corporation framework between the two Countries, and make amendment on the Commission’s activities, if necessary.

Minister Shinnying said:” The meeting will also provide the opportunity to assess some of the tangibles being achieved under the agreement for the past eight years.”

He said the first Joint Commission Meeting was held in 2011 and it focused on seven key areas, including air services, youth and sports, transport and infrastructure.

The Acting Foreign Minister said at the meeting Thursday, May 10, 2018, that the second Joint Commission Meeting will concentrate on ten proposed agreements in the areas of education, Health, infrastructure, transport, among others.

Also speaking, the Head of the Moroccan delegation, Youssef Slaoui believes that the meeting will strengthen the already south-south corporation subsisting between the two countries.

Mr. Slaoui said his government has been working harder to ensure a successful joint commission meeting in Liberia, and expressed the hope that the Liberia agreement can be used by other African Countries.

He said Morocco will form more technical committees to drive the smooth implementation of the Joint Commission agreement involving the two Countries.

 


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