The Dominican Republic is exploring the possibility of establishing trade relations with Morocco.
This was stated by the president of the Chamber of Deputies, Alfredo Pacheco, upon receiving the visit of the secretary of the Senate of the Kingdom of Morocco, Jaovad Hilari, with members of a delegation of that Parliament of the Council Chamber.
“It is a very good opportunity for the Dominican Republic and the Kingdom of Morocco to resume at this time the strengthening of relations. Review a large number of agreements and see many factors that we know that the Kingdom of Morocco and we could have in trade, cultural and many other aspects,” said Pacheco.
Meanwhile, Hilari said that it was an occasion to express the great pride of being in this country, which he described as beautiful and to make him feel among brothers and friends.
The president of the Permanent Commission of Foreign Relations and International Cooperation of the Chamber of Deputies, Julio Brito Peña, welcomed the delegation which included the Moroccan ambassador to the country, Mostapha Moucharil, and other members of Parliament, with whom Brito Peña hopes to strengthen relations between the two countries.
Cooperation on climate change
On the other hand, the Dominican Republic and the Kingdom of Morocco started conversations for the search of South-South Cooperation mechanisms to improve the adaptation and resilience of both countries to the effects of climate change.
This was informed by the executive vice-president of the National Council for Climate Change and Clean Development Mechanism, Max Puig, while participating in the Seminar “Kingdom of Morocco – Parlacen: Exchange of Experiences and Good Practices for a Sustainable Environment and the Fight against the Effects of Climate Change”, held in the Aula Magna of the Institute of Higher Education in Diplomatic and Consular Training “Dr. Eduardo Latorre Rodríguez” (INESDYC), of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.