Moroccan King Meets President Ali Bongo Ondimba, Donates Fertilizers To Gabonese Farmers

Moroccan King Meets President Ali Bongo Ondimba, Donates Fertilizers To Gabonese Farmers

Libreville, February 16 (TNA) Moroccan King Mohammed VI met with President Ali Bongo Ondimba in Libreville on Wednesday at the presidential palace and was later extended to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans Resident Abroad, Nasser Bourita, the Minister Delegate to the Gabonese Minister of Foreign Affairs, Yolande Nyonda and the Secretary General of the Presidency of the Republic of Gabon, Jean-Yves Teale.

During this meeting, the two Heads of State stressed the importance of relations between Morocco and Gabon and discussed the state of the bilateral partnership in all areas. In addition, the King handed over a donation of 2,000 tons of fertilizers, in a context of global food crisis and fertilizer supply difficulties. This action of solidarity is in line with the Royal strategy in Africa, based on solidarity, exchange and sharing.

The donation of fertilizers is also part of an environmental approach, based on the identification of nutrient needs to avoid any intensive use that could be harmful. In sum, this meeting illustrates the close ties of brotherhood and solidarity that unite Morocco and Gabon and the Royal strategy in Africa, which includes food security, sustainable development, the promotion of small and medium enterprises, mediation for conflict resolution, and the reception of migrants and refugees, as well as the maintenance and consolidation of peace on the continent, a Moroccan official pointed out.

Finally, it should be noted that the Royal strategy in Africa and this genuine and synergistic commitment of Morocco in the African continent is precisely what arouses the hostile activism of some parties, such as the hostile activism of the European Parliament and the ongoing attacks against Morocco by some parties.

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