Slovenia and Morocco to Open Embassies, Strengthening Political and Economic Ties

Slovenia and Morocco have decided to further strengthen their political, social and economic bonds – the information was confirmed during the press release on 11th of June in Rabat. Moroccan foreign minister Nasser Baurita and Slovenian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign and European Affairs Tanja Fajon have expressed mutual agreement in discussing further collaboration as they announced plans to establish embassies in the countries’ capitals, Rabat and Ljubljana, by the beginning of 2025. Slovenia has decided to support the Moroccan autonomy initiative, and they have both highlighted the importance of the United Nations in the political field as well as reaffirmed their support for the objectives of the UN Security Council. The cooperation between the two countries does not represent a novelty as they hold previous collaborative ties through multiple projects, organizations and exchange projects. 

From its beginnings, EMUNI University, located in Piran (Slovenia), has cooperated with Marocco’s higher education institutions Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane, Euro Mediterranean University of Fez, Ibn Tofaïl UniversityMohammed V UniversityUniversity Hassan 1er – with the aims to achieve mutual discourse, improvement and to support innovation through projects such as Erasmus+ CBHE and K171.  Mobility projects and educational programs (ex. Euro-Mediterranean Innovation Camp – EMIC) meant for students and professors, represent a strong base for Slovenia and Marocco to further nurture good intercultural relations across the Mediterranean.

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