Rabat - Visa requirements for diplomats of Morocco and Togo will no longer be required.
Rabat – Visa requirements for diplomats of Morocco and Togo will no longer be required.
Morocco’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nasser Bourita, and his Togolese counterpart, Robert Dussey, signed on Wednesday in Marrakech an agreement to abolish visa requirements for diplomats from both nations on the sidelines of the 6th Euro-African Conference on Migration, which is ongoing in Marrakech.
The event, which opened today, convenes ministers and high-level representatives from Africa, the European Commision, and the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS).
The event aims at addressing challenges posed by migration.
Morocco’s Secretary General to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mounia Boucetta, spoke at the event, declaring that the time has come for Africa to tackle the migration-related issues in the continent.
Boucetta also urges European partners to offer support for African nations to tackle these issues: “No country can cope with migration alone.”