The FM of Suriname visits the infrastructure of Dakhla for the valorization of fishery products
MOROCCO, May 27 – The Minister of Foreign Affairs, International Trade and International Cooperation of Suriname, Albert Ramdin, visited Thursday the infrastructure of Dakhla for the valorization of fishery products.
In a statement to MAP at the end of his visit, Ramdin stressed the importance of infrastructure in the Dakhla-Oued Eddahab region. The objective of this visit is to examine the possibilities of partnership in the fisheries sector, with a view to strengthening bilateral trade relations, he said.
Ramdin also highlighted the opportunities offered in seafood exports, stressing the need to capitalize on Morocco’s experience in this area.
The official added that the opening of a Consulate General of Suriname in Dakhla marks a new era in strengthening bilateral economic and trade relations.
Ramdin and the accompanying delegation visited the National School of Commerce and Management (ENCG) and the city’s Palais des Congrès.
Earlier in the day, the Republic of Suriname opened a consulate general in Dakhla, thus marking its strong support for Morocco’s sovereignty over its Sahara and its territorial integrity.
The number of consulates opened in the southern provinces of Morocco has increased to 25 (13 in Dakhla and 12 in Laayoune).
MAP May 26, 2022