Chargé d’Affaires at the US Mission to Morocco to Conduct an Official Visit to Dakhla

David Greene, will pay an official visit at the end of this month to the city of Dakhla, which is the first official move of Biden’s administration in matters related to Moroccan Sahara

The Chargé d’Affaires for the US Embassy in Rabat, David Greene, will pay an official visit at the end of this month to the city of Dakhla, which is the first official move of Biden’s administration in matters related to Moroccan Sahara.

A business visit to Dakhla is expected on March 28th, where a series of official meetings will be held with officials, businessmen and political actors in the region of Dakhla-Oued-Ed-Dahab, in addition to visiting some industrial and tourist facilities in the city  in order to investigate the economic situation in the region and the investment opportunities it offers, and to determine the business climate and the quality of infrastructure.

It is noted that intensive preparations preceded David Greene’s visit to Dakhla, as a few days ago, a delegation from the American embassy in Rabat arrived in the city, and a number of tourist units visited the city’s airport and met with a number of officials to prepare for the official visit of the Chargé d’Affaires at the US embassy in Rabat.

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