“Our idea of Africa’s future is at the heart of His Majesty’s vision,” he explained in a speech during this year’s Africa Day celebrations to mark the continent’s 60th anniversary. King Mohammed VI commemorated on the 29thTh Summit of Heads of State of the African Union”,
And to add: “Since ancient times, Morocco breathes, shines and lives many of its identities through its African depth, while being multicultural, diverse and transnational”.
H.M. The king, continued the minister, “has cherished these relations more than any other,” and the sovereign, in continuation of the work of his illustrious forefathers, seasoned them by infusing a new movement with brotherly African nations. A dynamic that positions the Kingdom as a committed, mobilized and committed partner to meet the challenges of peace, security and development everywhere in Africa.
Under the leadership of His Majesty the King, the Kingdom is bringing its full potential, mobilizing all its efforts and sharing its knowledge in the service of building projects, in this regard, Purita said, citing Africa’s plan. The Atlantic Gas Pipeline connects Nigeria and Morocco through West African countries.
The Minister also noted the accessible and adapted fertilizer distribution system set up by the Kingdom to meet the needs of African farmers and holds the promise of better yields and greater food security.
“Supporting each other unlocks the enormous potential of our continent and thus accelerates the sustainable development and inclusive growth of African economies: how we perceive the continuum between freedom and development,” he noted.
“In a global environment disrupted by political, economic, health and ecological crises, our African continent cannot be a mirror that reflects the image of its challenges to the world. It should be a reflection of the promise it makes to the world”, underlined Purita.
Under the leadership of HM The King, Morocco has really worked to move taxes within the continent, away from the logic of “diplomatic blows” and high-priced buying, to a pragmatic approach.
The ceremony was attended by members of the government, the High Commissioner for Former Resistance Fighters and former members of the Liberation Army, Mustafa El Khediri, as well as foreign ambassadors accredited to the Kingdom and a large number of foreign ambassadors. A documentary documenting Morocco’s support for independence movements in Africa with documentary evidence. Attendees of the event were able to attend the opening of the exhibition “From the Struggle for African Independence to the Pledge of Co-Development”, which included several shots by photographer Mohamed Maradji.