The meeting of African Ministers of Culture opened on Monday in Salé and will be sanctioned by the “Rabat Declaration for the strengthening of cultural cooperation in Africa”.
This conclave, which marks the end of the programming of Rabat’s African Capital of Culture for the year 2022-2023, aims to strengthen cultural cooperation between African countries.
This event is organized by the Ministry of Youth, Culture, and Communication, in partnership with the Organisation of United Cities and Local Governments of Africa.
On the agenda of this ministerial meeting, is a restitution of the main events of Rabat – the African Capital of Culture, conferences-debates on cultural reinforcement between African countries, bilateral meetings between African Ministers of Culture, and various panels dealing with cultural identity and means of strengthening cultural cooperation.
The capital of the Kingdom, designated “African Capital of Culture”, lived from June 2022 to May 2023, to the rhythm of important cultural events that carry the African dimension, reflecting the commitment of the Kingdom to work for the African continent.
Several cultural activities were organized in all the historical spaces, public squares, and all the districts of the city of Rabat, with the participation of cultural actors from civil society and the various national public institutions concerned with culture.