Morocco vows to cement cooperation with Burkina Faso and the Dominican Republic

His Majesty King of Morocco, Mohammed VI. Photo : COP22

Casablanca, Morocco (ADV) – The Moroccan government approved on Thursday two agreements to strengthen cooperation with Dominican Republic and Burkina Faso.

The first agreement concerns mutual administrative assistance in the customs field between Morocco and the Dominican Republic, which was signed in Rabat on July 20.

The agreement aims to ensure the appropriate application of customs legislation and the normal functioning of the international logistics chain by assisting each other through their customs administrations.

The second is an extradition agreement between Morocco and Burkina Faso, which was signed in Ouagadougou on Sept. 30.

The deal aims at boosting judicial cooperation in the field of extradition and reduction of crimes.

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