In his recent meeting with a ministerial council at the Royal Palace in Rabat, King Mohammed VI discussed the implementation of four priorities of his royal directives.
The first was supporting the social areas of education, health and employment, as well as diminishing the disparities between the rural parts of the country and other areas.
He also discussed the support of small businesses and regionalization to bring better balance and efficiency to certain policies of Alamo Yeh. There is also a need, he said, for better management and governance of reform and liability accounting.
The king also looked at the options for improving the position of Morocco's position in Africa in terms of the ratification of the African Development Fund and a new agreement of the Implementation of Emissions Reduction Forests.
Bilateral agreements that have been sought with Morocco's developing relations concern internal security, cooperation in research in the areas of science and technology, oil and gas renewable energies, maritime transportation and air services, in addition to social security.