Morocco, Guinea sign joint mining deal in Rabat

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Moroccan Minister of Energy Aziz Rabbah and his Guinean counterpart Abdoulaye Magassouba signed on Monday in Rabat a cooperation agreement in the area of mining and geology, the Moroccan news website hespress.com reported.

After the meeting, Rabbah said the agreement offers the opportunity to draw a roadmap for cooperation between the two countries in the fields of mining and geology.

He said his meeting with Magassouba also discussed sharing expertise within the framework of the partnership between Morocco and Guinea.

For his part, Magassouba said the meeting is part of strengthening bilateral partnership in the mining sector to turn the two countries’ historical and strategic cooperation into concrete projects.

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