2nd Morocco-Azerbaijan Joint Commission: 5 Agreements and MoUs Signed

Signed on the occasion of the 2nd Joint Commission co-chaired by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccan Expatriates, Nasser Bourita, and his Azerbaijani counterpart, Jeyhun Bayramov, these agreements and MoUs cover the fields of logistics, energy, environment and sustainable development, labor legislation, as well as health and medical sciences.

A Framework Cooperation Agreement was signed, with the aim of establishing mutually beneficial cooperation between the two countries in the field of logistics, and facilitating and rationalizing logistics flows through the development of logistics centers, the improvement of commercial logistics chains, the development of cooperation between logistics training institutes, and the encouragement of the exchange of logistics expertise and experience.

The second agreement aims to enable the two parties to exchange information with a view to expanding bilateral cooperation in the field of oil and gas, exploring opportunities for cooperation in energy-related services, conducting scientific and technical research of common interest in the field of energy, and cooperating in the field of renewable energies and their optimal use.

The two parties also signed a Memorandum of Understanding aimed at developing bilateral cooperation in the field of environmental protection and the reasonable use of natural resources, through the joint implementation of activities in the areas of climate change adaptation, the green economy, the prevention of marine pollution, and environmental and sustainable development learning.

Another Memorandum of Understanding on cooperation has also been signed between Morocco’s Ministry of Economic Inclusion, Small Business, Employment and Skills and the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection of the Population of the Republic of Azerbaijan.

It aims to enable the parties to carry out joint activities to ensure the application of labor legislation in both countries, ensure occupational safety and health, settle labor disputes, develop labor market policies, improve the performance of employment services, enhance the quality of the workforce and increase qualifications in the labor market.

Another MoU was signed between Morocco’s Ministry of Health and Social Protection and the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Azerbaijan for cooperation in the field of health and medical science.

It aims to develop cooperation in the field of health and medical science through the exchange of expertise and the sharing of health-related knowledge, the prevention of chronic diseases, raising awareness of diseases, and ensuring access to medical care for people with disabilities.

 

Morocco and Azerbaijan signed, Monday in Rabat, five agreements and memorandums of understanding (MoUs) aimed at strengthening bilateral cooperation in various sectors.
13 November 2023
Rabat
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