FMs Nasser Bourita And Peter Szijjártó Sign 10 Bilateral Cooperation Agreements

The Hungarian Minister reiterated his country's support for Morocco’s Autonomy Initiative and for the efforts undertaken by the Kingdom for the development of the southern provinces.

Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccan Expatriates, Nasser Bourita held, today Wednesday in Rabat, talks with the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary Peter Szijjártó, who arrived today on an official visit to the Kingdom.

On this occasion, Bourita and Szijjártó stressed the importance of consolidating the economic partnership through the establishment of an investment promotion roadmap and the organization of a joint economic forum.

Regarding the Moroccan Sahara, the Hungarian Minister reiterated his country’s support for Morocco’s Autonomy Initiative and for the efforts undertaken by the Kingdom for the development of the southern provinces.

On a different note, the two ministers expressed their commitment to better coordinate their actions and to mutually support Moroccan and Hungarian candidatures within international bodies.

As for the current epidemiological situation, the two ministers signed an agreement on the mutual recognition of vaccination certificates issued by the respective authorities of the two countries, which allows Moroccan travelers to Hungary and Hungarian travelers to Morocco to easily access the two countries by only providing their vaccination certificates.

Lastly, and in the field of education, the Hungarian minister announced his country’s decision to increase the quota of scholarships granted to Moroccan students (from 150 to 165 scholarships per program).

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