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Morocco, Benin Ink Several Cooperation Agreements

27 Mar 2019

Marrakech - Morocco and Benin signed, Monday in Marrakech, several cooperation agreements in various areas, on the occasion of the 6th session of their Joint Committee, co-chaired by Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Nasser Bourita, and his Beninese counterpart, Aurelien Agbenonci.

The two countries signed an agreement on judicial cooperation in civil, commercial and administrative matters, which seeks to establish a framework for cooperation in this area by setting up a system of recognition and enforcement of legal rulings.

They also inked a framework agreement for cooperation in the sectors of electricity, renewable energies, hydrocarbons, mining and geology.

In the areas of youth and sports, the two countries signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), which sets the general framework for the implementation of action programs in these fields.

A framework cooperation agreement between the Moroccan Agency for International Cooperation and the Beninese ministry of Higher Education, Training and Scientific research was also signed in order to grant scholarships and training sessions in Morocco.

This agreement aims to further develop cooperation between the two countries in the cultural, scientific, technical and socio-economic areas, particularly through the exchange of students, scholarships, training courses and the exchange of experiences and information.

A framework convention for cooperation in the field of vocational training between Morocco’s Office of Vocational Training and Labor Promotion (OFPPT), the Moroccan Agency for International Cooperation and Benin’s Ministry of Secondary Education, Technical and Vocational Training was also signed on this occasion, with the aim of developing cooperation and partnership between the two countries in the areas of technical and vocational training.

The two countries also signed a cooperation agreement in the field of Islamic affairs, which is aimed at strengthening and consolidating bilateral relations in this area through joint programs that promote religious tolerance and fight against violence and extremism.


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