Moroccan Minister of Equipment, Transportation, Logistics and Water Abdelkader Amara and visiting Chinese Vice Minister of Commerce Qian Keming on Friday reviewed the current bilateral ventures in infrastructure development, exploring prospects of future bilateral partnership in this field.
Qian praised the good relations between the two countries, adding that bilateral cooperation resulted in the implementation of important investment projects in several areas, including infrastructure.
He said that the meeting represented a precious opportunity to identify new avenues of cooperation in this field, adding that the talks discussed the project of the development of the port of the northern Moroccan city of Kenitra and Morocco's future high-speed railway between the southern cities of Marrakech and Agadir.
Qian also called for stronger joint ventures between Chinese and Moroccan firms to boost investments for infrastructure projects.
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