The “Moroccan-American Network” has taken the initiative to establish the “Moroccan-American Chamber of Commerce and Investment Promotion”, which is expected to be a vehicle to encourage investment in Morocco, allowing Moroccans around the world and American businessmen from the numerous investment opportunities in the Kingdom, as well as incentives and the guarantees provided by the new investment charter.
“The Moroccan-American Network initiative is a response to the call of King Mohammed VI, God help him, in his speech on the occasion of the 69th anniversary of the revolution of the king and the people, aimed at strengthening a permanent structural relationship with Moroccan competencies abroad,” the statement said. .
The network behind the annual Morocco Day event runs a special program aimed at building strong economic ties between the Kingdom of Morocco and the United States of America.
The Moroccan-American Network aims to establish a “Moroccan-American Chamber of Commerce and Investment Promotion”, which will include figures from the world of business and finance from the Kingdom of Morocco and the United States of America.
It will focus on discussing the various economic trends in Morocco and how to download the various royal directives for opening investment outlets in the Kingdom of Morocco, as well as presenting the opportunities it offers.
And the “Moroccan-American Network” was officially recognized by Ms. Muriel Bowser, Mayor of the American capital “Washington” to officially celebrate Morocco through the “Morocco Day” event every year on July 15 of each year, Justin Wilson, Mayor of Alexandria, Virginia, announced two years ago, that July 10 of each year will be dedicated to the celebration of the Kingdom of Morocco.
The “Moroccan-American Network” was initiated by journalist and businessman Mr. Muhammad Al-Hajjam and in collaboration with American and Moroccan journalists and contractors to strengthen the relationship between the United States of America and the Kingdom. Morocco, which was the first among the countries of the world to recognize its independence in 1787, and thus the signing of the Treaty of Cooperation and Friendship between the two countries, the provisions of which are still in force. Mohammed Al-Hajjam said: “Since its inception in 2013, the network has been determined to advance Moroccan-American relations and consolidate opportunities for cooperation between the two countries in line with a win-win approach that is based on supporting constructive and sustainable communication between cultural and economic components of the two countries, while introducing the requirements of the Kingdom of Morocco and the involvement of Moroccan Americans in the development of parallel economic and cultural diplomacy.
Notably, the Moroccan-American Network is the first platform dedicated to strengthening Moroccan-American relations in a participatory approach, in line with the spirit of responsibility and parallel diplomatic efforts, as it works to build communication bridges and cultural ties. fertilization and the introduction of economic opportunities available in various cities of the Kingdom of Morocco.