Dakhla, Morocco - Prime Minister of the Republic of Guinea, Mohamed Said Fofana, expressed on Friday his gratitude to King Mohammed VI and to Morocco's commitment to strengthen South-South cooperation and solidarity between the people of the world.
Dakhla, Morocco – Prime Minister of the Republic of Guinea, Mohamed Said Fofana, expressed on Friday his gratitude to King Mohammed VI and to Morocco’s commitment to strengthen South-South cooperation and solidarity between the people of the world.
Speaking during the opening session of the Crans Montana Forum on Africa and South-South cooperation that kicked off in the Moroccan southern city of Dakhla, the Guinean prime minister said that the forum is an opportunity to bring the voices of millions of people who are waiting for concrete actions from their leaders in order to change their living conditions and maintain peace and security and to share and exchange experiences and learn from one another.
The Guinean PM stressed the importance of Morocco’s focus on the South-South cooperation citing the Moroccan Guinean cooperation as an ‘example’.
Mohamed Said Fofana also expressed gratitude to the kingdom’s support and solidarity with Guinea during the Ebola outbreak which has had negative impact on the economy of the country.
He said that without the help of the Moroccan authorities which maintained air flights along with other friendly countries, his country and other Ebola-stricken countries mainly Liberia and Sierra Leone would have remained isolated.
Founded in 1986 in Switzerland, the Crans Montana Forum is a non-governmental organization aimed at encouraging international cooperation, dialogue, development, stability, peace and security in the world.
The Forum brings together illustrious figures from 36 African, 30 Asian, 31 European and 15 America countries, as well as more than 20 regional and international organizations.
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