Sahara: Brazil Supports Morocco’s Autonomy Plan Backed by UNSC Resolutions and International Community
Brazil’s support for the autonomy plan offered by Morocco for the Sahara is in line with UN Security Council resolutions and international community position, said on Tuesday Brazilian MP Tiao Medeiros.
He made the remarks during a meeting of the Brazil-Morocco Parliamentary Friendship Group convened in Brazilia. The group seeks to strengthen dialogue between the two countries’ MPs and promote cultural, economic and commercial partnership.
Chair of the of group, Tiao Medeiros, stressed the importance of Moroccan fertilizers for the development of Brazilian agriculture, saying the two countries share same democratic values and stands on issues of common interest, including sustainable development, the fight against racism, climate change and the promotion of regional & international peace and security.
Several other Brazilian MPs, members of the cross party parliamentary group, praised the excellent cooperation ties existing between the two countries, saying there are huge joint business opportunities offered in several sectors for Moroccan and Brazilian entrepreneurs.
Moroccan ambassador in Brasilia, Nabil Adghoghi, hailed the momentum gained by Moroccan-Brazilian cooperation, enabling the two countries to build a multifaceted strategic partnership as evidenced by the agreements sealed in investment, defense and justice.
Last year, trade exchanges hit a record level, said the ambassador, highlighting the various investment opportunities offered in industry, logistics, agriculture and tourism.
Brazil and Morocco continue to enhance further their cooperation in E-gov, professional training, renewable energies, green hydrogen, agronomic research and oceanography, added the Moroccan diplomat.