Morocco Ships 500 Tons of Fertilizers to Saint Vincent Islands

Soukaina Sghir
Soukaina Sghir
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Saint Vincent and the Grenadines expect to receive 500 tons of Moroccan fertilizer by 2023, according to Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves.

The shipment reflects the growing cooperation between Rabat and Kingstown, in key sectors such as education, agriculture and trade.

Prime Minister, Gonsalves, told local media that the two countries are currently working on developing “a roadmap for relations over the next three to five years.”

“Once this is done with Morocco, no farmer will spend money on fertilizer next year,” the prime minister said, adding that the shipment is in addition to 40,000 sacks of Venezuelan urea that are set to provide a “big boost” to citizens.

On the same matter, A delegation of Moroccan officials visited Saint Vincent and the Grenadines this week, to enhance cooperation with the country located in the southern Caribbean.

The trip also included meetings with Gonçalves and members of the Cabinet.

Soukaina Sghir

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