Morocco and Grenada reached a number of agreements
By Samira Arabi
Morocco News Tribune
Agadir, Morocco — Secretary General of Morocco’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation Ambassador Nasser Bourita met Grenada Prime Minister Tillman this week for talks in St George’s.
Ambassador Nasser Bourita, along with his delegation, visited also St Lucia during its Caribbean tour, which aimed at engaging in “regular discussions” on common issues.
The discussions focused on areas of “mutual interest,” including energy, food security, governance, the environment and climate change.
Morocco and Grenada talks led to agree on focusing on areas of energy, food security, governance, the environment and climate change, education, tourism, agriculture, health and fisheries.
Morocco expressed its intention to provide up to 20 scholarships for students from Grenada for working visits and workshop.
Morocco promised also to provide both two three scholarships each year at hospitality and tourism training institutions and its expertise in crop production, animal health and livestock, along with the provision of 180 tonnes of fertilizers every year.
Granada is a city in western Nicaragua and the capital of the Granada Department. With an estimated population of 110,326 (2003), it is Nicaragua’s fifth most populous city. Granada is historically one of Nicaragua’s most important cities, economically and politically. It has a rich colonial heritage, seen in its architecture and structure.
Grenada is an island country in the southeastern Caribbean Sea. Located northwest of Trinidad and Tobago, Grenada is known as one of the world’s largest exporters of nutmeg and mace. With an estimated population of 110,000, Grenada gained independence in 1974.