The Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries, Rural Development, Water and Forests, Mohammed Sadiki, and the UAE Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Mariam Almheiri have met to discuss ways to strengthen bilateral cooperation in the agri-food field in Morocco.
This was disclosed in an interview with the Press during the meeting that took place in Rabat.
Sadiki said that the relations between Morocco and the United Arab Emirates are historical and fraternal ties that represent a model to follow at all levels, whether social, technical, or scientific.
He also took the opportunity to highlight the many fruitful partnerships, welcoming their “very important” impact, especially on the agri-food sector in Morocco.
For her part, Almheiri, on a working visit to the Kingdom, welcomed the long-standing relations and mutually beneficial bilateral cooperation, expressing the willingness of her country to establish new partnerships with Morocco, especially in the areas of environment, the fight against climate change, and food security.
In this sense, she noted that food security will be among the crucial issues that will be addressed at the COP28 to be held next year in the United Arab Emirates.