The European Commission Gives Morocco 133 million Euros
The European Commission has recently decided to give 1 billion 460 million DH (133 million Euros) to Morocco for the continuation of the co-operation projects launched within the framework of the National Finance Plan for 2005. According to an official statement by the European Commission, the 133 million Euros to be given to Morocco aims at completion of six development programs for the continuation of reforms and modernization process in Morocco. This financial support lies within the scope of the euro-Mediterranean partnership, launched in Barcelona in 1995.
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