Spain and Morocco Sign Joint Declaration

Spain and Morocco have recently signed a Joint Declaration and other agreements focused on judicial cooperation, tourism promotion, water resource management and care for women, children and pensioners.

At the 11th Spain-Morocco High-Level Meeting at Moncloa Palace, the Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy and the Prime Minister of Morocco, Abdelilah Benkiran reviewed the partnership that exists already between the two countries.

As Mariano Rajoy said, “Morocco is our main client outside of Europe, behind only the United States, and Spain is Morocco’s leading trade partner. In 2014, trade exchanges between the two countries hit almost 10 billion euros and more than 17,000 Spanish companies targeted the Moroccan market for their exports.”

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