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Rabat: A group of young Moroccans from the United States visits the CCME

Wednesday, 20 December 2017

The Council of the Moroccan Community Living Abroad (CCME) received Wednesday, December 20, 2017 at the the Council in Rabat, a delegation of young Moroccans from the United States led by Mr. Boubker Abisourour, head of the Academy Ibn Khaldoun in Washington.The academy teaches the Arabic language and Moroccan culture.

Mr. Abisourour, who is also an economist and finance expert at the IMF in Washington, thanked the CCME in his opening speech, for having initiated this action for young Moroccans from the United States who are, for their part, "aware that their country needs them and that they must preserve their identity and culture of origin by maintaining contact with Morocco .

He added "We are more than 4 million Moroccans living around the world and we are aware that our contribution is not limited to money transfers but also extends to the cultural and social fields."

Mr. Abdellah Boussouf, Secretary General of the CCME, for his part applauded young Moroccans from around the world who are also attached to their country, culturally and spiritually, saying that "Moroco deserves so much this commitment, because of it’s history millennial civilization, it rich heritage and its attachment to the values ​​of peace and diversity . »

He also precised the hope to see the the youth of the diaspora accomplish great achievements in their country of residence "where they should be exemplary citizens, because the Moroccan, wherever he is. »

As part of the participatory approach supported y the CCME, Mr. Boussouf called these youngsters to "develop projects in their different fields of expertise and keep in touch with Morocco, and the CCME, to develop channels of partnership ".

The young American-Moroccan youngsters came from Washington, New York, Chicago and Boston. Their stay in Morocco will last a week with meetings planned with other Moroccan officials.


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