Morocco and Djibouti signed Monday in Rabat a framework agreement aimed at strengthening bilateral cooperation in the fields of energy, mining and geology and at providing an
interaction platform for stakeholders and investors in these sectors.
The framework agreement is part of Morocco’s African strategy seeking to support the sustainable development of the continent, mainly through the sharing of expertise and the strengthening of win-win partnerships.
Djibouti’s Minister of Energy Yonis Ali Guedi, who signed the agreement, along with his Moroccan peer Aziz rabbah, stressed his country’s keenness to strengthen its cooperation with Morocco and to benefit from the Moroccan expertise in energy and mining. This could contribute to the development of renewable energy in Djibouti, said Yonis Ali Guedi, who is visiting morocco this Dec.15 to 18.
Bilateral cooperation has broad prospects especially in the fields of renewable energy, electricity, geology, mining, technical cooperation and human resources training.