Doha - Stability is the cornerstone for any sustainable development process in the Arab region, said, on Monday in Doha, Economy minister Mohamed Boussaid.
Doha – Stability is the cornerstone for any sustainable development process in the Arab region, said, on Monday in Doha, Economy minister Mohamed Boussaid.
Such a stability is also the basis to deal with the different political, economic and social challenges facing the region now and in the future, said the minister at the opening of the 11th congress on “The Middle East Economic Future”.
He went on to say that the first challenge that the region’s countries should address is the laying of bases for stability and peace, noting that, without these two factors, it is going to be absurd to talk about development, progress and prosperity.
Boussaid said that the Arab World needs, now more than ever, strong, stable, democratic and prosperous countries, underlining that regional integration is a prerequisite to achieve development.
He added that Morocco, under the leadership of King Mohammed VI, made sure to foster its partnership with GCC member states given the importance of such relations in the development of the Arab region, the settlement of recurrent problems regionally and the reinforcement of sustainable development.