Speaking at the opening of the first edition of this Forum, organized under the patronage of His Majesty King Mohammed VI, Bioui said that this meeting is an opportunity to focus on the rights of African regions to a dignified life, enlightened education and adequate housing, noting that this challenge requires to evolve in a framework of unity, solidarity, interdependence and complementarity.
“Faced with the economic effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, the climate crisis, the brain drain, as well as the growing disparities caused by the technological revolution, the deliverance passes inevitably by the achievement of sustainable development goals, integration and investment of African resources in favor of Africans first,” he stressed.
Bioui noted that the holding of the first FORAF in the Eastern Region is an achievement that concretizes the essential role to which this region aspires and clearly expresses the willingness of regions to achieve the objectives of this pan-African entity.
In this sense, he noted, the Eastern region has made decentralized cooperation of resources, solidarity and social economy and territorial coaching an essential aspect in its interactions with African regions that can benefit from its experiences.
Source: Agency Morocaine De Presse