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The Arab summit begins in Beirut and Bourita represents Morocco

The Arab Economic and Social Development Summit was inaugurated in Beirut on Sunday morning, in the presence of delegations representing Arab countries, in the absence of most leaders.

Morocco is represented at this summit by the Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Nasser Bourita, while Morocco represented in the preparations for the summit, which was launched since last Thursday, Ahmed Tazi, the Moroccan ambassador to Egypt.

This meeting, which is organized under the theme of “Human Development and Human Investment”, will discuss issues related to integration and coordination of development policies among the Arab countries in various economic and social fields, such as food security, energy, protection of women and children, youth employment, Free Arabic.

The summit will focus on the follow-up to the implementation of previous summits (Kuwait 2009 / Sharm El-Sheikh 2011 / Riyadh 2013) and files related to the Arab Free Trade Area, as well as issues related to tourism, culture, the digital economy and the fight against poverty.

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