Moroccan Drinking Water Expertise at Centre of Morocco-Burkina Faso Talks
Rabat, 31/05/2017 (MAP) – The Moroccan drinking water expertise was at the centre of the meeting, held on Tuesday in Rabat, between the head of the infrastructure, energy, mining, and environment committee Said Tadlaoui, and a delegation of Burkina Faso’s parliamentarians network for drinking water, hygiene, and purification.
During this meeting, the two parties addressed the issues of water use rationalization and water optimal and equal distribution, said a statement by the House of Representatives.
Tadlaoui surveyed the mega projects which Morocco undertook since the 60s thanks to the dam construction policy and the renewable energy policy spearheaded by HM King Mohammed VI, said the statement.
He recalled the existence of specific laws related to water and approved by the parliament as laws n° 10.95 and 36.15, in addition to supplying the rural world with drinking water.
Burkina Faso’s delegation members hailed the return of the kingdom to the African Union, highlighting the remarkable relations between Morocco and their country.