Prime Minister Receives CGEM President


Prime Minister Mohamed Ould Bilal Messaoud received, Thursday at his office in Nouakchott, the President of the General Confederation of Moroccan Enterprises (CGEM), Chakib Allaj.

The meeting touched on areas of bilateral cooperation and ways to develop and enhance it, especially in areas related to the private sectors in the two brotherly countries.

The President of the General Confederation of Moroccan Enterprises (CGEM) said in a statement to the Mauritanian News Agency after the meeting that he was received by the Prime Minister, during which the meeting was constructive and discussed the strong relations between the two brotherly countries, the strong relationship between His Majesty King Mohammed VI and His Excellency the President of the Republic, Mohamed Ould Cheikh Ghazouani, as well as the relations between the two brotherly peoples.

The meeting touched on the existing strategy between the private sectors of the two countries, he said, noting that there is an existing integration unit between the Mauritanian economy and the Moroccan economy that will constitute in the future a tool for important investments.

He pointed out that the meeting also touched on the committee, which will supervise the projects that will be cooperated, which include agriculture, livestock breeding, fishing, industry and infrastructure, noting that these projects will be launched in the near future, hopefully.

He said that he reviewed with the Prime Minister the areas of trade exchange between Morocco and Mauritania, which will provide important investments between the two countries, recalling that Morocco is one of the first African investors in Mauritania.

The meeting took place in the presence of the Director of the Prime Minister’s Office, Mrs. Aicha Val Fergas, the Ambassador of Mauritania to Morocco, His Excellency Mr. Ahmed Ould Bahia, the Advisor to the Prime Minister in charge of Trade and Industry, Mr. Mohamed Ibrahim Al-Kori, the President of the National Union of Mauritanian Employers, Mr. Mohamed Zine El Abidine Ould Cheikh Ahmed, and the Moroccan Ambassador to Mauritania, His Excellency Mr. Hamid Chabar.

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