The Mauritanian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mohamed Salem Ould Marzouk, reacted to the controversy sparked by the increase in customs duties on Moroccan agricultural products. He indicated that solutions remain possible within the framework of dialogue between the two countries. Details.
Something new in the matter of the new taxation of Moroccan agricultural products by the Mauritanian authorities which is far from being forgotten. A measure which remains in force contrary to what has been relayed by some media. The visit of the Mauritanian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mohamed Salem Ould Marzouk to Morocco was an opportunity to shed light on this measure which was received with a lot of incomprehension on the Moroccan side, especially since there was no no official explanation.
During the press conference, held at the end of his meeting with his Moroccan counterpart, Nasser Bourita, the Head of Mauritanian diplomacy indicated that the two ministers discussed this subject during their tête-à-tête, emphasizing the need to find a solution within the framework of permanent coordination between the two countries.
Recall that the Mauritanian minister came to Morocco carrying a message from Mauritanian President Mohamed Ould El-Ghazaouani to HM the King.
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