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Spain: Planas promotes the reinforcement of bilateral and international agricultural cooperation in Morocco

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Published Apr 23, 2024

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Luis Planas, Spain's Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, is actively participating in the SIAM agricultural fair in Meknes, Morocco, where he will engage in a high-level conference on agricultural research and meet with Moroccan counterpart, Mohammed Sadiki. The conference is a segment of the Moroccan International Agricultural Show (SIAM), which aims to foster collaboration amidst climate change and geopolitical challenges, with participation from global government, business, and agricultural leaders, including representatives from the FAO and the World Bank. Spain, honored as this year's guest country, is showcasing 37 companies, emphasizing its agricultural technology and products. The fair, themed 'Climate and agriculture: for sustainable and resilient production systems', will run until Sunday, featuring 40 conferences, participation from nearly seventy countries, and 1,500 exhibitors.
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The Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, Luis Planas, continues this Tuesday his visit to the SIAM agricultural fair in Meknes (Morocco), with participation in a high-level conference on agricultural research. He will also meet with his Moroccan counterpart, Mohammed Sadiki. The agenda of Planas' visit to Morocco for this Tuesday begins with his intervention at the inaugural ceremony of the High-Level Conference on Agricultural Research, which is held within the framework of the Moroccan International Agricultural Show (SIAM). In addition, he will meet bilaterally with the Minister of Agriculture, Maritime Fisheries, Rural Development and Water and Forests of Morocco, Mohammed Sadiki. Also participating in the conference are Sadiki, the Commissioner for Rural Economy and Agriculture of the African Union, Josefa Sacko, and the Deputy Director General of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), Marie Hélène Semedo. Government, business and ...
Source: PEefeagro
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