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Morocco-India: 4 Memorandums of Understanding signed

Morocco and India signed Monday four memorandums of understanding on the sidelines of the visit of Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj.

These agreements with the Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation deal with the fight against terrorism, housing, business visas and youth.

Thus, Rabat and New Delhi intend to develop a comprehensive approach in the fight against terrorism, including cross-border terrorism, and combat the misuse of the Internet by terrorist entities.

The two countries will also intensify their cooperation in the areas of affordable housing, urban planning and smart cities.

In order to strengthen economic cooperation, an agreement has been concluded for reciprocal facilitation of the business visa process. Finally, both countries intend to promote relations between their youth through participation in activities and events.

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