PARIS, France – Sierra Leone and Morocco foreign ministers met on Monday in Rabat to discuss ways to foster cooperation between the two countries in agriculture, tourism, energy, and new technologies.
The host, Moroccan Minister of Foreign Affairs Nasser Bourita, said in a press briefing after his meeting with his Sierra Leonean counterpart Nabeela Tunis, these sectors provide opportunities for the two countries to exchange their expertise and develop concrete cooperation actions.
Morocco has shown “unwavering solidarity” with Sierra Leone during the Ebola epidemic, Bourita added.
For her part, Sierra Leone’s Foreign Minister Tunis stressed that both countries share the same vision, a vision based on the development of human resources and the strengthening of trade and investment.
She praised Morocco’s efforts for the South-South and inter-African cooperation that contributes to peace, stability, and prosperity of the continent.