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Morocco 2019

Mohammed Sajid, Moroccan Minister of Tourism, Air Transport, Handicrafts and Social Economy

Mohammed Sajid, Moroccan Minister of Tourism, Air Transport, Handicrafts and Social Economy

Morocco: One of the World’s Best Tourist Destinations

Morocco welcomed 12.3 million tourists in 2018, enabling the country to position itself as the top African destination and the world's 35th most popular tourist destination

Mohammed Amine Belhaj, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Morocco to Serbia

Morocco & Serbia: Friendship and Mutual Respect

Morocco and Serbia share the same vision of a world in which peace, security, solidarity and cooperation are the most important values. Based on vibrant bilateral relations, the two countries have shown a readiness to use the momentum and give “more strategic character” to relations
Adel El Fakir, Director General of the Moroccan National Tourist Office (ONMT)

Adel El Fakir, Director General of the Moroccan National Tourist Office (ONMT)

Love For Morocco Doesn’t Recognise Borders

We are operating in a very competitive sector, and therefore we are exerting great efforts to promote the “Morocco brand” all over the world, using digital means in 2019. We are glad that tourists from Serbia are increasingly choosing Morocco as their favourite destination
M. El Mahdi Arrifi

M. El Mahdi Arrifi, Director General of the Moroccan Agency for Agricultural Development (ADA)

Agriculture is a Promising Field for Investments

The ADA aims to ensure the acceleration of the pace of investments in the agricultural sector, especially in terms of maximising the valuations of Moroccan agricultural products. In line with that, we will develop investment attraction kits to inform potential partners about the different investment opportunities offered in the Moroccan agricultural sector
Khalid Benjelloun, CGEM Vice President

Khalid Benjelloun, CGEM Vice President

We Need to Be Better Acquainted

The global economy is currently going through the era of digitalisation, which needs to be capitalised on, in order to make information available to both sides. The potential is enormous if we consider that Serbia could be the gateway to the Balkans and Morocco to Africa. That is what we have to consider in future if we are to improve our economic relations
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