DRC Will Never Change One Iota Its Stand On Morocco's Territorial Integrity, Speaker Of Senate
The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) will never change one iota its stand on Morocco's territorial integrity, said speaker of Congolese senate Léon Kengo Wa Dondo, adding that the Sahara is an integral and indivisible part of Morocco's territory.
Wa Dondo, who received Saturday in Kinshasa a Moroccan delegation led by minister delegate to the head of government in charge of civil service and administration modernization Mohamed Moubdii, also underlined that Congo and Morocco are linked by deep, long-standing and privileged ties.
"We will never forget that Moroccans shed their blood and sacrificed themselves to defend our country during difficult times," said members of the delegation quoting Wa Dondo at a behind closed doors meeting.
The cooperation relations between Morocco and Congo derive their strength from a shared will to spare no effort in order to close ranks and further the interests of the two brotherly countries, he said.
Morocco, DRC Sign Cooperation Agreement On Civil Service
Morocco and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) signed, on Saturday in Kinshasa, a cooperation agreement on civil service and administration under which both parties agree to collaborate academically and institutionally.
By virtue of the agreement, signed by minister delegate to the head of government in charge of civil service and administration modernization Mohamed Moubdii and Congolese minister of civil service Jean-Claude Kibala, the two parties commit to developing training programs on public management and producing related pedagogical tools.
The agreement, which lays the bases of cooperation between National Schools of Administration in Morocco and the DRC, calls for perfecting professors' management performance through internships, forums, round-tables and conferences, carrying out research projects on public administration, exchanging students for studies or internships and participating in research activities.
Under the three-year agreement, the two parties are called upon to establish periodically a joint action program and include such content in their respective agendas.