Morocco and the United Kingdom: a winning partnership

• It is a question of developing the Moroccan industrial partnership and opening it up to British companies, especially in the fields of cars, aviation and textiles.

The Association Agreement between Morocco and the United Kingdom is a joint and win-win development partnership involving the two countries and the African continent. The first Morocco-UK Partnership Council, which met recently, was an opportunity for both parties to welcome the positive development of trade and investment between our two countries. Thus, working groups were formed to promote these exchanges and improve the business climate for British investors in Morocco. During this meeting, the two parties expressed their common ambition to further enhance economic cooperation between the two countries, particularly in the areas of trade facilitation, industrial development, infrastructure and green economy.

They also stressed the importance of developing the Moroccan industrial partnership and opening it up to British companies, especially in the fields of cars, aviation and textiles, and promoting British investments in Morocco and Africa. The two countries also recently held 3is being Their strategic dialogue session, which opened with a meeting between the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nasser Bourita, and the British Minister of State for the Middle East and North Africa, James Cleverly, before the adoption of the British Foreign Minister Liz Truss, a joint political declaration and the signing of two decisions establishing the main bodies of the new partnership agreement between Morocco and the United Kingdom. On this occasion, the two kingdoms expressed their ambition to deepen dialogue and cooperation between them in this field “more and more important” Electronic security.

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British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss and Foreign Minister Nasser Bourita, in this regard, reiterated their support for a free, open, peaceful and secure cyberspace.

The UK Home Office and the Moroccan Directorate General of Information Systems Security (DGSSI) will complete their pioneering work on a joint integrated cyber analysis project that will provide a package of capacity building support measures in the field of strategic cyber security.

It should be noted that Morocco is the first country with which the United Kingdom and its partners, namely the International Telecommunication Union and Oxford University, established such a relationship.

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