Moroccan students visit Spain through exchange program
Two Moroccan students from Moulay Abdellah College and Ibn Shouhaid College went to Spain within the framework of an exchange program aimed at boosting cooperation and cultural relations between the two sides. Le Matin reports that the two young Moroccan students, who were chosen on the basis of academic merit, will stay with two Spanish families, one in Seville and the other one in Madrid. Boubker Mazoz, who is the president of Moroccan Intercultural Association and the person in charge of Morocco-Spain Educational Exchange Program as well as Casablanca-Chicago twinning, noted that this cultural exchange programs are necessary to form a bridge between different cultures.
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