Meknes - Morocco and Cote d’Ivoire on Wednesday signed frameworks agreements to boost bilateral cooperation in agriculture.
Meknes – Morocco and Cote d’Ivoire on Wednesday signed frameworks agreements to boost bilateral cooperation in agriculture.
The agreements, signed on the sidelines of the 11th edition of Morocco’s International Agriculture Fair (SIAM 2016) held in Meknes, are aimed at promoting funding for training, technology transfer and exchange of experience in the field of animal and plant production.
The agreements were signed by Morocco’s Agency for Agricultural Development, the Moroccan Agency of International Cooperation and Cote d’Ivoire’s National Agency for Rural Development Support and “Agro-Pôle Afrique.”
Speaking on this occasion Côte d’Ivoire’s minister of agriculture and rural development Mamadou Coulibaly Sangafowa lauded the “distinguished” cooperation between his country and Morocco in agriculture.
SIAM 2016, held from April 26 to May 1, brings together 1200 exhibitors from 60 countries.