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Crans Montana Forum Participants Depart Dakhla for Casablanca Via Italian Cruise Ship

Rabat – The 2018 Crans Montana Forum, which began Friday in Dakhla, continues its work today, Sunday, March 18, aboard the Italian cruise ship Grandi Navi Veloci (GNV). 

The Italian giant will host the participants of the international forum, who will discuss several themes during their coastal journey northward.

The Crans Montana Forum, which continues until March 20, is a gathering of nearly one thousand participants from more than 40 countries.

Several panel discussions are being held covering important topics including security and sustainable development, renewable energies, agriculture and the maritime sector.

The Crans Montana Forum has become a must-attend international event that brings together high-level political decision-makers, representatives of the business community, intellectuals, civil society activists from all walks of life, as well as opinion makers from all corners of the world.

Participants to the previous edition have described the event as “an opportunity to promote peace and dialogue,” while hailing the modern infrastructures in Dakhla as “a model for the future of Morocco and Africa.”

Founded in 1986, the Crans Montana Forum is a swiss non-governmental organization focused on encouraging international cooperation, dialogue, development, stability, peace, and security in the world.
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