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Morocco Is Hub for Access to Africa, thanks to ‘Genius’ Strategy (French Pundit)

  24 Mai      8        Economy (15333),


Casablanca, 24/05/2024 (MAP) – The Kingdom of Morocco, which has long adopted a “genius” strategy with regard to Africa, is today positioning itself as a “hub for access to Africa,” Alain Juillet, former Director of Intelligence at France’s Directorate-General for External Security (DGSE), said on Thursday evening in Casablanca.

Juillet, who was hosting a conference on “The Kingdom of Morocco’s place on the world stage”, described as a “stroke of genius” the approach Morocco has adopted in its relations with the African continent, as evidenced by the many Moroccan projects and investments launched in Africa thanks to the numerous visits made by HM King Mohammed VI since His enthronement.

He cited large-scale projects such as the Nigeria-Morocco gas pipeline and the Atlantic Initiative, as well as projects in the banking and telecommunications sectors, saying that “all this positions Morocco as a country that brings back major projects and innovations.”

For Juillet, who was also in charge of economic intelligence for former Prime Minister François Fillon, Morocco understood early on the changes taking place on a global scale.

On the subject of the Morocco-France relations, the French expert told MAP news agency, that the two countries are long-standing “traditional allies”.

“We’ve always had special relations with Morocco,” he recalled.

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