The first network of Moroccan skills in Sweden was created in Stockholm, with the aim of contributing to the process of development and modernization in which the Kingdom is engaged.
Morocco’s ambassador to Sweden, Karim Medrek, held a meeting for this purpose on Saturday in Stockholm, marked by the participation of highly qualified Moroccan skills in various fields, starting from medicine, engineering, scientific research, nanotechnology, renewable energy and artificial intelligence. Mr. Medrek highlighted the high solicitude with which HM King Mohammed VI surrounds the Moroccans of the World and the particular interest that the Sovereign grants to this fringe of society.
He emphasized, in this regard, the royal speech delivered by the Sovereign, on the occasion of the 69th anniversary of the Revolution of the King and the People, paying tribute to the Moroccans of the World and highlighting the importance of provide this community with the necessary framework, as well as the means and conditions for it to give the best of itself.
The Ambassador added that the Sovereign called for the creation of a dedicated mechanism, which will have the mission of accompanying Moroccan skills and talents abroad, to support their initiatives and projects.
The mobilization of Moroccan skills and talents established abroad, he stressed, is “an imperative necessity” for the Kingdom, reiterating that Morocco needs all the energy to move forward.