Brazil Lauds Partnership with Morocco – Vice President –

Vice president of the Republic of Brazil, Geraldo Alckmin, welcomed, Tuesday, the partnership of his country with Morocco, expressing confidence in the potential development of economic cooperation between the two countries. “I believe there is great potential to further increase bilateral trade and strengthen our partnership in areas of common interest, such as renewable energy,” Alckmin tweeted, following a meeting with Morocco’s ambassador in Brasilia, Nabil Adghoghi. The Brazilian vice president noted that the meeting with the Moroccan diplomat was an opportunity to “discuss the current state of relations between Brazil and Morocco, focusing on opportunities in trade and investment”. “Morocco is the second trading partner of Brazil on the African continent and an important supplier of fertilizer for our agribusiness,” he stressed, recalling that in 2022, the trade flow between the two countries exceeded 3 billion dollars. Alckmin, who also holds the post of Minister of Development, Industry, Trade and Services, expressed the interest of Brazil “to give new impetus to economic and trade ties increasingly close between the two countries,” according to the Embassy of Morocco, which noted that “the Brazilian vice president expressed the satisfaction of Brazil with the good evolution of the strategic partnership with Morocco”.