Morocco And Guinea Set To Reboot Bilateral Relatiions – OpEd

Morocco and Guinea continue to reinforce their strong diplomatic and bilateral relations. King Mohammed VI is paying a friendly and working visit to Guinea. At the presidential palace in Conakry, the Moroccan monarch and President of the Republic of Guinea Alpha Condé, presided over the signing ceremony of the following eight bilateral cooperation agreements :

1. A convention on the upgrading of the city of Conakry.

2. A framework cooperation agreement on the implementation of projects for the aggregation of maize production in the Republic of Guinea.

3. An agreement on the creation of a cadastral system.

4. A cooperation agreement on the agricultural sector that provides for carrying out a project of hydro-agricultural development on an area between 200 and 300 ha.

5. A grant agreement relating to the project of liquid sanitation of the city of Conakry.

6.A memorandum of understanding on technical assistance.

7. A cooperation agreement relating to the project of liquid sanitation of the city of Conakry.

8. A memorandum of understanding for the for the supply of 100,000 tons of fertilizers to the Republic of Guinea.

Morocco and Guinea continue to reaffirm their commitment to reboot their already excellent bilateral relations. As the current Moroccan Guinean co-operation ushers in unprecedented opportunities, it calls for a more stable and closer relationship between the two countries. The two countries are ready to work hand in hand to comprehensively implement the outcome of the visits of King Mohammed VI to Guinea (the last royal visit was in March 2014) and to create a new “golden decade” for the relationship of the two African great countries.


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Said Temsamani

Said Temsamani

Said Temsamani is a Moroccan political observer and consultant, who follows events in his country and across North Africa. He is a member of Washington Press Club.

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