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Wednesday, 16 March 2016 12:24

Russia, Morocco sign agreements, joint statements

MoroRusMOSCOW. March 15, 2016 (Interfax) - Russia and Morocco signed the agreement on mutual protection of secret information in the military and military-technical areas, as well as the joint statement on the counteraction against international terrorism.

The talks resulted in the signing of bilateral documents in the presence of Russian President Vladimir Putin and King Mohammed VI of Morocco.

The governments of the two countries signed agreements on the mutual protection of secret data in the military and military-technical areas and on the encouraging and mutual protection of investments.

In addition, the joint Russian-Moroccan statement on the counteraction against international terror and an agreement on the air travel were signed.

The parties also signed the statement on the strategic partnership between Russia and Morocco during the Russian visit of the Moroccan King.

Russia and Morocco agreed to cooperate on protection of the environment and rational use of natural resources. The parties signed respective bilateral agreements. Also, the two countries agreed to encourage and protect mutual capital investments.

The parties also signed a joint program of action for the period through 2018, on the implementation of the intergovernmental agreement on the cooperation in the area of tourism.

Following the talks, the two countries also signed a memorandum of understanding, with regard to the cooperation between the Centralized Religious Organization of Muslims of the Russian Council of Mufti and the Moroccan Ministry of Religious Endowments and Islamic Affairs.

Moreover, Russia and Morocco signed framework agreements on partnership between Moscow Kremlin museums and Morocco's National Foundation of Museums and also between the Hermitage Museum and the National Foundation of Museums.



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