Meknes - Senegal's president Macky Sall lauded, Monday in Meknes, the pertinence of King Mohammed VI's vision dubbed "Morocco's green plan", an ambitious strategy which seeks to make agriculture the Moroccan economy's first growth engine.
Meknes – Senegal’s president Macky Sall lauded, Monday in Meknes, the pertinence of King Mohammed VI’s vision dubbed “Morocco’s green plan”, an ambitious strategy which seeks to make agriculture the Moroccan economy’s first growth engine.
“I want to commend the pertinence of the vision by HM the King who launched the ambitious Moroccan Green Plan,” said the Senegalese president during the opening of the 8th Agriculture Conference themed “Inventing the future’s agriculture: a project for all”.
This conference shows the importance Morocco gives to this sector which is vital for the economy, said the Senegalese head of state, adding that the Kingdom, through concrete results achieved under the said plan, succeeded in meeting the thorny challenges linked to food security.
Sall stressed the challenges facing Africa to turn agriculture into an economic engine that generate income and wealth.
Held under the patronage of HM King Mohammed VI, this yearly event is the crossroads for national and international agriculture decision-makers and is meant to develop visions on prospects for an agriculture that could address challenges related to the sector.