The innovative, renewed, and rooted partnership between Morocco and the United Arab Emirates is set to boost the Kingdom’s standing as a gateway to Africa and attract increased sustainable investments, according to Cristina Orellana, former vice-president of Chile’s Christian Democracy party and a board member of the “Latin America/Africa 21st Century” Foundation. “It’s noteworthy that the Kingdom is solidifying its role as a key entry point to Africa, welcoming investments for both territorial development and environmental preservation. This is undoubtedly fantastic news,” remarked Cristina Orellana to MAP. She further emphasized that this new collaboration between the two sister nations underscores the Royal Vision of fostering dialogue and economic openness to position Morocco as a more competitive global player. In the eyes of Chilean political observers, the Morocco-United Arab Emirates partnership is expected to yield positive economic and developmental outcomes for the Kingdom. The declaration titled “Towards an innovative, renewed, and rooted partnership between the Kingdom of Morocco and the State of the United Arab Emirates” was inked last Monday in Abu Dhabi by HM King Mohammed VI and HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the UAE. The aim is to elevate relations between the two nations, fostering mutual cooperation through active economic partnerships that serve their shared interests, paving the way for progress and prosperity for both peoples.
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