Rabat - Morocco signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Portugal to develop bilateral cooperation on Thursday, October 25, in Lisbon.
Rabat – Morocco signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Portugal to develop bilateral cooperation on Thursday, October 25, in Lisbon.
The speaker of Morocco’s House of Representatives, Habib El Malki, and the speaker of the Assembly of the Republic of Portugal, Eduardo Ferro Rodrigues, signed the agreement.
The two parties pledged to develop the political, economic, cultural, and scientific ties between Portugal and Morocco.
They agreed to exchange information and good practices on legislative processes and to collaborate on initiatives to open up their legislative institutions to society.
Rabat and Lisbon also agreed to encourage the exchange of experiences and mutual knowledge through visits by parliamentary delegations and bilateral meetings.
Under the MoU, El Malki and Rodrigues also pledged to organize seminars and cultural initiatives on topics of common interest and to meet every two years, alternating between Lisbon and Rabat.
Each meeting’s agenda will be proposed by the party hosting the meeting and defined by mutual agreement.