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Morocco and Mauritania are Working to Give New Impetus To Housing Partnership, Official

02 Mar 2021

Rabat - Morocco and Mauritania are working to give new impetus to their partnership in the field of Housing, Minister of Town Planning, Housing and City Policy Nouzha Bouchareb said on Monday in Rabat.

During a meeting with a Mauritanian delegation made up of ministerial advisers, presidents of associations and experts, Bouchareb said that this visit, which is part of the High Royal Guidelines for the promotion of cooperation with fraternal African countries and their development process, in order to address the challenges of progress, will be devoted to the design and development of a partnership framework between the Mauritanian Ministry of Housing and Urban Planning and the Moroccan Ministry of Town Planning, Housing and City Policy, in order to give new impetus to the partnership between the two country.

This framework is able to encourage more sharing of experiences, expertise and good practices in order to meet the challenges related to the territory and housing, the consolidation of technical, legislative and legal cooperation in Housing and town planning, in addition to monitoring housing programs under contracts between the public and private sectors, she said.

'In order to give an efficient and effective aspect to this benchmark partnership and to strengthen the exchange of expertise, the private sector and all professionals are called upon to visit Mauritania to discover investment opportunities in the field of building and inform people of the successful experiences of Morocco in the field of real estate', added Bouchareb.

For his part, the chargé de mission at the office of the Mauritanian Prime Minister Ibrahima Kane said that the visit, which will run until March 6, aims to provide Mauritania with the experience and expertise of Morocco in the field of housing, construction, equipment, roads and land development.

In a press statement, Kane, who is leading the Mauritanian delegation, explained that the visit also aims to give impetus to the construction sector in his country, by benefiting from 'the experience and the expertise of a brotherly and neighboring country which has made great progress in this area'.

For her part, Babe Abbad, advisor to the Prime Minister, in charge of infrastructure, stressed that the visit to the Kingdom aims to exchange experiences, and foster cooperation and partnership in the fields of infrastructure and urban planning in general.

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