Morocco joins forces with Hungary to manage water resources. Morocco faces a drought that threatens not only agriculture but the economy in general. Thus, with the aim of rationalizing water resources, the Kingdom would move towards a partnership with Hungary.
The Minister of Equipment, Transport, Logistics and Water, Abdelkader Amara, met in Budapest with the Hungarian Minister of the Interior, in charge of the Water sector, Sandor Pinter, means of establishing a model partnership in the field of academic training related to water resource management. The two ministers affirmed, during this meeting which is part of Amara's working visit to Hungary, that the two countries have great potential for cooperation and exchange in the field of training. specialists and experts in water resources management.
In this context, Mr. Pinter expressed Hungary's readiness to provide continuous training to Moroccan students and researchers in the field of water resource management and natural phenomena such as floods and drought, in addition to the treatment of 'water.