Paris - French Prime minister Jean-Marc Ayrault called for re-defining economic partnership between Morocco and France for a win-win quality of exchanges.
Paris – French Prime minister Jean-Marc Ayrault called for re-defining economic partnership between Morocco and France for a win-win quality of exchanges.
“We need to re-define our economic partnership to lend it a new quality of exchanges where French investments will contribute to Morocco’s economic and social and help create jobs in the northern bank of the Mediterranean”, Ayrault said on Monday in a message to an encounter held in Paris on “France-Morocco: converging quest of competitiveness and jobs”.
After stressing that his country is Morocco’s first economic partner, the head of the French government noted that nothing is granted in a competitive world.
Ayrault also recalled that the French president’s visit to Morocco has served to reiterate the strength of bilateral friendship and the shared will to build on both sides of the Mediterranean a space of freedom, peace and prosperity and to convey a message of confidence in the bilateral exceptional bonds.
“We will be stronger if we join our efforts”, he stated, before expressing esteem for “the modernization and democratization effort made by Morocco and that France is ready to support”.