Youth of American Democratic Party Invites Investors to Gain Foothold in Dakhla

Dakhla – A delegation of the Young Democrats of America (YDA), the youth wing of the US Democratic Party, called, on Friday from the city of Dakhla, on investors to gain a foothold in this region “which has a strong economic potential”.
“There are many opportunities for investors to come and invest in Dakhla and share these resources with Africa,” YDA President Joshua Harris-Till, who is on a four-day visit to Dakhla at the invitation of the youth of the Authenticity and Modernity Party (PAM), told MAP. For the leader of the youth of the American Democratic Party, the recognition by the United States of the full sovereignty of Morocco over its Sahara “is only a first step”. “There is still work to be done. American investments must take place in Dakhla,” he insisted. Harris-Till also highlighted the importance of the socio-economic dynamics and the leading projects under way in the region for the future of the young people in the southern city. “There is a real potential here for young people to have a prosperous environment and I think this is something extremely important”, added the head of this delegation who visited a pilot agricultural farm in the region. For her part, Heather Brown, member of the American Democratic Party, said that the authorities have a strategic vision on how this region could develop in the future, noting that this vision will allow Dakhla to “be an important port platform for all of Africa”. Brown, who already visited Dakhla over 10 years ago to attend the ceremony for the presentation of the largest flag in the world, said she was impressed by the socio-economic development and the quality of infrastructure in Dakhla, assuring that the United States “will continue to be a partner and a friend of Morocco”. In addition to Harris-Till and Brown, the US delegation is made up of YDA Vice-President Carrisa Mechelle McFadden, and President of Women’s Organization in the same party Danielle Glover Nicole.