Palestine wishes to benefit from the Moroccan experience in the field of employment promotion, underlined, Tuesday in Marrakech, the Palestinian Minister of Labor, Nasri Abu Jaish.
In a statement to the press following his talks with the Minister of Economic Inclusion, Small Business, Employment and Skills, Younes Sekkouri, on the sidelines of the work of the 5th Ministerial Meeting of the UfM on employment and work, Nasri Abu Jaish noted that these talks focused on the means to allow the Palestinians to benefit from the pioneering Moroccan experiences in the field of the fight against the negative repercussions of the pandemic of Covid-19 and unemployment.
In this context, the Palestinian official emphasized the strong and excellent relations linking the two countries in all areas, stressing that “Morocco has always been at Palestine’s side, whether in the context of recovering its independence or the building of the institutions of the Palestinian State”.
For his part, Younes Sekkouri noted that Morocco is willing to share with Palestine its long and rich experience in the field of employment promotion.
In this context, he indicated that this meeting focused on ways to further strengthen the excellent relations between the two countries in the field of employment, business and youth employability.
“Morocco will remain as it always was, King, government and people, alongside our Palestinian brothers”he said, noting that these talks were an opportunity to highlight the distinguished and special relations between the two heads of state, King Mohammed VI and the President of the State of Palestine, Mahmoud Abbas, and the two brother peoples.
In this context, Younes Sekkouri noted that this fraternal relationship translates into a weighty participation of Palestine in the 5th UfM Ministerial Meeting on Employment and Labour, which is being held for two days in the ocher city.