Rabat - Burkina Faso's minister of infrastructure Eric Wendenmanegha Bougouma voiced his wish to benefit from the Moroccan experience and expertize in the field of infrastructure.
Rabat – Burkina Faso’s minister of infrastructure Eric Wendenmanegha Bougouma voiced his wish to benefit from the Moroccan experience and expertize in the field of infrastructure.
In a meeting in Rabat with Moroccan counterpart Aziz Rabbah, Bougouma underlined the Moroccan experience in this field and said that it is a model to follow, calling on Morocco to train collaborators from Burkina Faso in the field of infrastructure in order to enhance and build their technical capacities.
In a statement to the press, Bougouma, who said he was surprised by the Moroccan performance in terms of building highways (over 1,500 km in 10 years), invited Moroccan enterprises to take more interest in Burkina Faso’s market. He added that his visit is meant to give new impetus to bilateral cooperation, reinforce south-south cooperation, and share expertize.
Rabbah said that Morocco had good relations with Burkina Faso politically and economically. He recalled that Morocco has set up a Moroccan-African association for civil engineering to provide technical assistance for African countries.