Rabat - Members of the Association of Moroccan Professionals in America (AMPA) visited key Moroccan government officials, the Moroccan Parliament, and top-level officers at the U.S. Embassy in Rabat this week.
Rabat – Members of the Association of Moroccan Professionals in America (AMPA) visited key Moroccan government officials, the Moroccan Parliament, and top-level officers at the U.S. Embassy in Rabat this week.
In the first of a series of planned delegation visits, AMPA members who had attended the Global Entrepreneurship Summit in Marrakech last week visited Parliament, the Ministry of Equipment, Transportation, and Logistics, and the U.S. Embassy in Rabat Monday through Wednesday.
The delegation made up of about half a dozen Moroccan-American professionals including AMPA President Chaouki Zahzah and members of AMPA’s management team, were invited to Parliament on Tuesday by Deputé Mouloud Bargayou. The visit featured a closed session in the House of Representatives with Deputies addressing issues of interest to Moroccans resident abroad, followed by a luncheon in the Parliamentary dining room, and an audience with Chaoui Belassal, the President of one of the parliament groups.
The Delegation met on Monday with Aziz Rabbah, Morocco’s Minister for Equipment, Transportation, and Logistics, and his staff. On Wednesday, members of AMPA’s management team, accompanied by Morocco World News Co-Founder and Managing Editor, Adnane Bennis, met with the Deputy Director of Mission, Matt Lussenhop, and other key staff of Ambassador Dwight Bush at the U.S. Embassy in Rabat.
Chaouki Zahzah, President of AMPA, said, “We have engaged in a series of strategic meetings with key partners to foster cooperation and collaboration through win-win partnerships that aim at strengthening our network, promoting the business interests of our members, and growing their individual businesses, as well as championing greater growth and economic cooperation between Morocco and the US.”
AMPA is a non-partisan, non-profit organization established to promote the business interests of its members and to foster business relationships and promote bilateral commercial exchanges, business relationships, and economic transactions between the U.S. and Morocco. AMPA’s members are experienced, successful, and dynamic Moroccan professionals and business leaders resident primarily in the United States and Morocco.
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