Morocco is considered a “pioneer” country in the field of alternative energies in North Africa, writes the German daily “Taz” in its weekend edition. With the outbreak of war in Ukraine, the German government, like other European countries, including France and Italy, embarked on the search for new energy partnerships in North Africa, the daily underlines, noting that the Kingdom is perceived as a “pioneer” in the field of alternative energies in its region.
The publication also observes that German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock’s visit to Morocco last Thursday was aimed at improving bilateral relations, noting that the timing of this visit “shows how important partnerships with the North Africa are important for the countries of the European Union”. And to continue that the German minister had received a promising welcome from her Moroccan counterpart, Nasser Bourita, who promised to relaunch the bilateral relationship.
As a reminder, in their Joint Declaration adopted last Thursday, following talks between the two leaders, Morocco and Germany reaffirmed their shared desire to strengthen dialogue, political, economic, cultural and interpersonal relations, promote democracy, the rule of law and good governance, develop trade and investment and cooperate on climate policy, biodiversity policy and green energy solutions.