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Marrakech: Morocco Signs Bilateral Agreements with Togo & Switzerland to Promote Diplomatic Mobility

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Morocco signed, Wednesday in Marrakech, two bilateral agreements with Togo and Switzerland aimed at promoting diplomatic mobility.
Marrakech: Morocco Signs Bilateral Agreements with Togo & Switzerland to Promote Diplomatic Mobility
02 May 2018

The first agreement, signed by minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Nasser Bourita, and Togolese minister of Foreign Affairs, Cooperation and African Integration, Robert Dussey, aims to exempt holders of diplomatic, service or special passports from visa requirements.

In a statement to the press, Dussey highlighted the scope of the agreement, calling on Moroccan businessmen to invest more in his country.

The second agreement, signed by Bourita and Swiss State secretary in the Federal Department of Justice and Police, Mario Gattiker, concerns the reciprocal abolition of visa requirements for holders of diplomatic, special or service passports.

The two agreements were signed on the sidelines of the fifth Conference of the Euro-African Dialogue on Migration and Development, held on May 1-2 in Marrakech.

Last modified : 02 May 2018

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