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Zambia and Morocco seal 19 cooperation agreements

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Zambia and Morocco sealed 19 cooperation agreements at the State House with the aim of enhancing the bilateral relations and trade exchanges between the two countries.

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The signing took place after Zambian President Edgar Lungu and Moroccan King Mohammed VI held six private talks. A memorandum of understanding was also among the signed documents.

The Moroccan king arrived in Zambia on Sunday night on a two-day state visit.

Accompanied by Prince Moulay Ismail as well as other government officials, he is on a royal tour to several African countries including Ghana, Guinea, Kenya, Cote d’Ivoire and Sudan.

Eight agreements were bilateral in nature, and the rest were about private-sector cooperation, according to state broadcaster, the Zambia National Broadcasting Corporation.

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