An expert calls on the Sahel countries to benefit from Morocco's agricultural experience

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Published Mar 4, 2024

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Olivier Vallée, a French expert on African affairs, has encouraged Sahel countries to adopt Morocco's agricultural expertise to enhance food security. He highlighted Morocco's fertilizer resources and modern agricultural system at an international symposium in Marrakesh. Vallée also noted the impact of climate change on the Sahel region and suggested that Morocco's protective policies could be beneficial. Meanwhile, West African countries have approved a policy of 'positive neutrality' regarding economic sanctions on Mali, Niger, and Burkina Faso. King Mohammed VI's initiative to improve Sahel countries' access to the Atlantic Ocean is seen as a strategic move to help these countries diversify their economic partners.
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The French economic and political expert specializing in African affairs, Olvier Vallée, called on the Sahel countries to benefit from Morocco's great experience in the agricultural field. The French expert said in a statement to the Maghreb Arab Press on the sidelines of an international symposium on the subject of food and energy security in Arab and African countries in light of climate and geostrategic changes, organized in Marrakesh over two days (March 1 and 2), that Morocco has the necessary fertilizer resources to enhance food security in Africa. In addition to the great experience that the Kingdom has accumulated in the field of transformation and modernization of its agricultural system, which the Sahel and Sahara countries can benefit from to increase their agricultural production. He noted that the Sahel region remains among the most affected regions in the world due to the impact of climate change, especially drought and the decline in water reserves, stressing that ...
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