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Friday, June 14, 2024

LIBERIA’S FOREIGN AFFAIRS MINISTER SPEARHEADS PUSH FOR ENHANCED LIBERIA-MOROCCO PARTNERSHIP AND INTER-AFRICAN COOPERATION

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Liberia’s Foreign Affairs Minister, Madam Sara Beysolow Nyanti, is leading efforts to bolster the partnership between Liberia and Morocco, aiming to foster robust inter-African cooperation grounded in principles of solidarity, exchange, and sharing.

Following diplomatic engagements with representatives from African Cooperation and Moroccan expatriates in Rabat, Morocco, Madam Nyanti has successfully brokered agreements between the two parties. A significant outcome of these discussions is the establishment of a Joint Commission, scheduled to convene in Monrovia in July 2024.

The diplomatic discussions centered on leveraging shared values and interests to deepen collaboration across various sectors, including trade, investment, education, and cultural exchange. Both Liberia and Morocco acknowledge the vast potential for mutually beneficial cooperation and are committed to exploring further avenues for partnership.

Madam Nyanti emphasized the importance of nurturing closer ties within the African continent, stressing the need for solidarity and collective action to address common challenges and unlock development opportunities. She reaffirmed Liberia’s dedication to actively contributing to the African Union’s agenda for integration and cooperation.

The forthcoming Joint Commission in Monrovia presents a significant opportunity for stakeholders from both countries to deliberate on concrete measures to enhance bilateral cooperation and chart a path toward achieving shared objectives. Key areas of focus are anticipated to include trade facilitation, infrastructure development, capacity-building initiatives, and people-to-people exchanges.

The establishment of a Joint Commission underscores Liberia’s commitment to proactive diplomacy and its resolve to strengthen partnerships with like-minded African nations. By prioritizing cooperation and dialogue, Liberia and Morocco aspire to set a precedent for constructive engagement and meaningful collaboration across the African continent.

As preparations for the Joint Commission progress, both countries are eager to capitalize on the momentum generated by Madam Nyanti’s diplomatic endeavors and translate aspirations for closer cooperation into tangible outcomes that will benefit the peoples of Liberia and Morocco, while contributing to the broader goal of advancing Africa’s development agenda.

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