Marrakech - Morocco and Guinea agreed, Wednesday in Marrakech, to boost cooperation in the field of transportation, infrastructure and civil engineering.
Marrakech – Morocco and Guinea agreed, Wednesday in Marrakech, to boost cooperation in the field of transportation, infrastructure and civil engineering.
This came in a meeting between Morocco’s Minister of Infrastructure, Transportation and Logistics, Aziz Rabbah, and Guinean Minister of civil engineering, Hadja Oumou Camara.
During these talks, held on the sidelines of the first edition of maintenance, preservation of road assets and technical innovation under the High patronage of HM King Mohammed VI, Rabbah recalled Morocco’s different achievements in the field of road, air, rail and sea transport.
He also highlighted the experience of Morocco in the transportation industry, road infrastructure and civil engineering, expressing the disposal of the Kingdom to share with Guinea its rich experience in this field.
Rabbah told MAP that the meeting was an opportunity to follow the progress of the various cooperation projects that have recently been announced, identified and defined during HM the King’s visit to some African countries.
For her part, the Guinean Minister said that the purpose of this meeting is to share expertize and explore areas of partnership between the ministries of the two countries.
She also hailed Morocco’s progress in various fields, expressing the wish to benefit from its experience and significant expertise in the Construction sector.