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Ifrane: The CCME and the ministry of Migration affairs sign a convention for the youth living abroad on the Moroccan Sahara

Friday, 22 December 2017

The Council of the Moroccan Community Living Abroad (CCME) and the Ministry of Moroccans Residing Abroad and Migration Affairs signed, Friday, December 22, 2017 in the city of Ifrane, an agreement to launch a qualification program aiming to help  young Moroccans living abroad to plead the cause of the Moroccan Sahara.

In his speech, Mr. Abdelkrim Benatiq, Minister Delegate to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, in charge of Moroccans Residing Abroad and Migration Affairs, especially thanked the CCME for its work on young Moroccans living abroad, its actions on the living together and the publishing of plentiful works on migration.

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According to Mr. Benatiq, this convention aims to give the young Moroccans living abroad the necessary expertise and knowledge to plead the sovereignty of their country of origin in the societies where they live, by organizing training sessions with the help of specialized coordinators. with the ministry which particulary include history and political sciences.

For his part, Mr. Abdellah Boussouf, Secretary General of the CCME, welcomed the commitment of the young people to their country of origin, and their concern for the sovereignty of their country of origin, reminding that in his speeches, His Majesty King Mohammed VI considers them as an immaterial capital, since they have accumulated expertise and competence which enriches the progress of their country of origin.

 Mr Boussouf said that the Convention was decided for various reasons, plus the growing demand of the young people to acquire the necessary scientific knowledge on the Sahara issue.  He added that the convention aims to give an academic training that includes historical, political and cultural aspects related to the question of the sovereignty of the Kingdom.


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