Rabat - The US administration is considering Morocco's development model as an "exceptional success" in the region, said Morocco's minister-delegate for foreign affairs and cooperation, Mbarka Bouaida.
Rabat – The US administration is considering Morocco’s development model as an “exceptional success” in the region, said Morocco’s minister-delegate for foreign affairs and cooperation, Mbarka Bouaida.
In an interview with Morocco’s TV channel 2M, Bouaida said the visit paid by King Mohammed VI to the USA last week, has opened new prospects in Morocco-US partnership, recalling that the two countries started last year a strategic dialog process and have agreed to consolidate the Millennium challenge Account, the free-trade agreement and to hold the 2nd conference on development in Rabat in 2014.
She also pointed out that the Moroccan and US heads of state have agreed to appoint a high-ranking personality to follow up implementation of all decisions made during their summit meeting.
Inter-government and private agreements signed during this visit will lead to concrete results for both Morocco and Africa, she went on.