Morocco and Jordan will hold a two-day economic forum in Amman beginning on June 10.
Rabat – In collaboration with Jordanian Businessmen Association (JBA), the Jordanian Chamber of Industry, the Association of Banks in Jordan, Morocco’s Employers Association (CGEM) and, Professional Group of Banks of Morocco (GPBM) are organizing a Morocco-Jordan economic forum on June 10-11 in Amman.
The economic forum will see the participation of an important delegation of both Moroccan and Jordanian businessmen with an aim to promote economic and trade ties between Morocco and Jordan.
The two-day work visit includes an economic forum, a plenary session, and workshops in different sectors including, tourism and transport, agriculture and agro-industry, banking and financial services, ICT, renewable energies and water resources, construction and real estate, health and pharmaceutical industry, in addition to Business-to-Business meeting, tours of industrial sites and a trip to the Dead Sea site.
This follows Jordanian King Abdullah II visit to Morocco on March 27-28, said CGEM in a statement.
During his visit to Morocco, King Abdullah II and King Mohammed VI discussed a variety of challenges facing the Middle-East, including Palestine and growing worry about Israel’spolicies in Jerusalem. The two kings accuse Israeli authorities of undermining Jerusalem’s legal and historical status.
The discussions resulted in plans to collaborate in several sectors, including energy, agriculture, and tourism.