Comorian Agriculture Minister Praises Morocco’s Booming Agricultural Sector

In a statement to the press following a meeting with Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries, Rural Development and Water and Forests, Mohamed Sadiki, on the sidelines of the 33rd session of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Regional Conference for Africa (ARC33), M’Saidie said that his country is aspiring to benefit from Morocco’s leadership and successful experiences in the food sector.

He also pointed out that the Comoros face “great needs in terms of training”, noting that “we know that our Moroccan brothers have the means to help us in every way to move forward”.

He added that FAO regional conference for Africa, organized “brilliantly” under the auspices of the Kingdom, provided an opportunity to examine ways of strengthening bilateral cooperation and identifying areas of common interest.

For his part, Sadiki called for further capitalizing on these friendly ties, by concretizing cooperation and extending it to different areas of agriculture, notably through specific agreements.

In this respect, the Minister highlighted a number of promising areas of cooperation between the two countries, particularly in the fields of aquaculture and agricultural human resources training.

The Comorian Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries, Environment, Tourism and Handicrafts, government spokesman Houmeid M'Saidie, hailed, on Friday in Rabat, Morocco's booming agricultural sector, which has become "a trademark" for the entire African continent.

19 avril 2024