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2nd Morocco-Liberia Joint Committee: Several Cooperation Agreements Signed

27 Mar 2019

Marrakech - Several cooperation agreements were signed, Monday in Marrakech, at the 2nd session of the Morocco-Liberia High Joint Cooperation Committee, co-chaired by Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Nasser Bourita, and his Liberian counterpart, Gbehzohngar Milton Findley.

The two countries have signed an agreement on the promotion and mutual protection of investments, which is aimed at developing bilateral economic cooperation.

They also inked an agreement on visa exemption for diplomatic and service passport holders.

The two sides have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), which is intended to establish a mechanism for regular and active consultations between senior officials of the Foreign Affairs Ministries of the two countries on bilateral, regional and international issues of common interest.

In the area of diplomatic training, the two countries have signed a memorandum of cooperation, which aims to establish a framework for cooperation in the training of diplomats, particularly through the exchange of experiences and information in the areas of diplomacy and international relations.

Morocco and Liberia have also inked an agreement in the area of merchant shipping, which aims to promote and ease maritime transport and to strengthen relations between the two countries in this area as well as in issues related to maritime cooperation (training, maritime safety, the fight against marine pollution and port management).

The two countries have signed an arrangement aimed at establishing a framework for mutual recognition of the two countries seafarers' certificates.

Another cooperation agreement was also signed on the mutual recognition of driving licenses issued by the two countries.

Morocco and Liberia have also signed two framework cooperation agreements. The first one aims to further promote cooperation between the two countries in the cultural, scientific, technical and socio-economic fields through the exchange of students, scholarships and the exchange of experiences and information, while the second was signed between Morocco’s Office of Vocational Training and Labor Promotion (OFPPT), the Moroccan Agency for International Cooperation and the Liberian Ministry of Youth and Sport with the aim of setting up the overall framework for cooperation and partnership between the two countries in the area of technical and vocational training.


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