The visit comes following the working trip of Othmane Benjelloun, president of the SATT, to Beijing in April.
Rabat – A delegation from the Chinese firm China Construction Communication Company (CCCC) visited the Mohammed VI Tangier Tech construction site in the municipality of Aouama in the south of Tangier today, Thursday, June 13.
The regional council Tangier-Tetouan-Al Hoceima reports that Wang Jingchun, president of the Chinese company, visited the site Yesterday morning.
The Chinese businessman was accompanied by Ilias El Omari, president regional council, Fouad Brini, president of the special agency Tangiers-Mediterranean supervisory body and his technical team.
On Wednesday, June 19, the Chinese delegation met with the President and members of the Council of the region. A representative of the Moroccan Foreign Trade Bank (BMCE) and the Executive Director of the Tangier-Tech Development Company (SATT) also attended the meeting.
The delegation’s visit comes following the visit of Othmane Benjelloun, president of the SATT, to Beijing in April. During the visit, Benjelloun attended the Belt and Road forum where he signed a memorandum of understanding with representatives of CCCC.
Benjelloun, as president of the SATT, Lian Qingshan, Vice-president of CCCC, and Sun Yao Guo, Vice-president of the China Road and Bridge Corporation (CRBC), signed the memorandum concerning the building and growth of Mohammed VI Tangier Tech City.
The memorandum outlines plans for the development of the Mohammed VI Tangier Tech City through the collaboration of SATT, CRBC, and CCCC.
On May 16, the Government Council adopted a draft order No. 2.19.345, concerning the creation, on 467.91 hectares, of the Tangier Tech free zone. The zone will serve as a major part of the Tangier-Tech city project, which will be built on an area of over 2.167 hectares.