Fifth foreign office meetings between India and Morocco are held in Rabat to strengthen ties in a variety of areas.

India and Morocco held their fifth international consultation in Rabat . Both sides agreed to continue to expand and strengthen bilateral cooperation in various fields .

Rabat (Morocco), November 25 : India and Morocco held their fifth international consultation in Rabat and agreed to continue to build and strengthen their bilateral cooperation in various spheres.Secretary (CPV and OIA) in the Ministry of External Affairs, Dr. Ausaf Sayeed, co-chaired the fifth India-Morocco consultation in Rabat.Secretary (CPV & OIA) @drausaf co-chaired the 5th India-Morocco Foreign Office Consultations in Rabat.In a tweet, the Indian Embassy in Morocco said that both sides decided to continue to expand and strengthen bilateral cooperation in various fields.Ausaf Sayeed also met with Moroccos Minister of Energy Transition and Sustainable Development, Leila Benali.

Girish Chandra Murmu, India's Comptroller and Auditor General, and Zineb El Adaoui, Morocco's first President, signed a memorandum of understanding in September for working together the two countries' supreme auditing bodies.Both sides decided to host training sessions in their respective countries and explore other options for capacity improvement support.For a long time, India has been one of the major markets for Moroccan phosphates and its derivatives.In recent years, Indias export basket to Morocco has increased dramatically.The main items exported by the country include cotton yarn, synthetic fibre, chemicals, refined metals, tools, tools, transportation equipment, pharmaceuticals, metal spray, and spices.Ibn Batuta, a famous traveller and writer from Tangier, dates back to the 14th century.

In 1957, diplomatic relations were established.

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