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The Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco in Serbia in cooperation with the Serbian Chamber of Commerce & Industry and the General Confederation of Morocco (CGEM), organised an economic seminar titled “Doing Business with Morocco” at the premises of the Chamber of Commerce in Belgrade.

This event aimed to present business environment in Morocco as well as trade and investment opportunities with Serbia.

Participants in the seminar were Representatives of Moroccan institutions such as the Moroccan Investment and Export Development Agency (AMDIE), the Moroccan Energy Sustainable Agency (MASEN), the Agricultural Development Agency (ADA) and representatives of the Moroccan private sector through the General Confederation of the Moroccan Enterprise (CGEM). From the Serbian side, the event was attended by the Development Agency of Serbia (RAS), Serbian Chamber of Commerce, Tourist Organization of Belgrade, as well as the business community of Serbia.

During the meeting, a Memorandum of Understanding was signed to create a Joint Affairs Committee between the CGEM and the Serbian homologue, which will enable research and development of all types of cooperation and exchange between the business communities of both parties.

This economic seminar was held in the framework of strengthening bilateral relations between Morocco and Serbia.