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Contact: Amanda-Faye Clarke

 

Friday,  December 4, 2009   Citizens of Saint Lucia are well placed to reap the benefits of closer relations with the Kingdom of Morocco.

 

This comes as a special envoy of the Kingdom of Morocco paid a courtesy visit to Prime Minister Honourable Stephenson King at his official residence on Friday, December 4. last week.

 

Prime Minister King says discussions with the Moroccan delegation proved productive as critical areas of national importance and mutual cooperation were identified for immediate action.

 

It certainly demonstrates a strengthening and deepening of relations between our two countries and I believe out of this will come significant benefits to the people of Saint Lucia and I am sure, great support and benefit to the people of Morocco.

 

Ambassador of the Kingdom of Morocco to St. Lucia, Dr. Brahim Hussein-Moussa, says the present global socio-economic climate calls for increased and unified relations between counties of the world. He says it was in this context, that he was asserting the benefits of the partnership between Morocco and Saint Lucia.

 

Minister for Foreign Affairs, Honourable Rufus Bousquet, said he will work ardently to formulate concrete programs that will assist with personal development and economic prosperity.

 

Assistance in the area of scholarships for our young people here in Saint Lucia and also assistance from a technical standpoint in terms of sending people to Saint Lucia to assist us in various areas of our choosing. Finally, there is also a tangible infrastructural gift in the area of education or healthcare; and this is very timely for us in Saint Lucia.

 

Prime Minister Honourable Stephenson King said the government of Saint Lucia, through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs will continue to maintain its long-standing and strong bilateral relations with the Kingdom of Morocco.


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