AU: Morocco Insists on Integration at Regional Economic Communities to Achieve AfCFTA Objectives

November 30, 2020 MedAfrica Times 0 Comments

Morocco underlined, Friday in Addis Ababa, the paramount importance of regional integration at the level of Regional Economic Communities (RECs) as an essential step to ensure the success of continental integration, sought by the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA).

Speaking at a meeting of the African Union Permanent Representatives Committee, in preparation of the 13th AU Extraordinary Summit on the AfCFTA, that will officially launch the start of trade under the AfCFTA agreement on January 1, 2021, Morocco’s Permanent Representative to the AU and to the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, Mohamed Arrouchi, stressed that since Morocco’s return to the AU, the Kingdom’s vision targets the development and unity of Africa and strengthening the bonds of brotherhood and friendship between all the countries of the continent. Read More.

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