Spain releases 20 million euros to support the economic inclusion of youth and women in Morocco

During his meeting with the head of Moroccan diplomacy, Nasser Bourita, on the sidelines of the work of the UN General Assembly, José Manuel Albares announced that the Spanish government will approve a project fund to promote development worth 20 million euros, the first project over 20 years in Morocco aimed, according to him, to grant microcredits to promote the inclusion of young people and women in the productive system.

He also said that cooperation between the two countries will also include technical assistance in the railway sector, the water sector and for the establishment of integrated systems.

On migration, the Spanish minister referred to “evidence of excellent cooperation”, noting that the figures of irregular arrivals have been reduced by 20% in the last four months compared to the same period last year.

The Head of Spanish Diplomacy also welcomed the “intense” strategic partnership between Spain and Morocco, which reflects, he said, “a new stage” based on “transparency, permanent communication and mutual respect.  

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