Rabat - Adm. Mark Ferguson, U.S. Naval Forces Europe-Africa commander, is reported to have arrived in Morocco on January 13.
Rabat – Adm. Mark Ferguson, U.S. Naval Forces Europe-Africa commander, is reported to have arrived in Morocco on January 13.
Adm. Mark Ferguson’s visit will include meetings with Moroccan naval leadership and the U.S. Ambassador to Morocco.
“It’s great to visit Morocco again and meet with the senior naval leadership. Visits like these help sustain the enduring partnership we have with the Royal Moroccan Navy and increase dialogue about how we can better achieve maritime security in the Mediterranean,” Adm. Mark Ferguson was quoted by the official U.S. Navy web site as saying.
The U.S. Naval Forces Europe-Africa commander also plans to travel to different Moroccan cities, including Rabat, Casablanca and Tangier.
Besides meeting with Dwight L. Bush, the U.S. ambassador to Morocco, Adm. Ferguson will also visit Morocco’s Royal Naval Academy and tour a Royal Moroccan Navy Frigate.
Photo courtesy: U.S. Navy Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Corey Hensley/Released