On January 11, Clavijo will discuss with the Moroccan Secretary General of Transport and Logistics the working lines initiated last year for the maritime union of both destinations
- The Government of the Canary Islands continues its efforts for the reopening of the maritime route between the islands and Tarfaya, with a joint work agenda with the Moroccan delegation that will visit the archipelago this Wednesday, January 10. In addition to the Canary Islands government, the Cabildo of Fuerteventura, the Delegation of the State Government in the Canary Islands, representatives from the ports of the archipelago and Morocco, the Chamber of Commerce of Fuerteventura, and representatives from the business sector will also be involved.
- Indeed, on Thursday, January 11, the President of the Canary Islands, Fernando Clavijo, will hold a working meeting with the Moroccan delegation, led by the Secretary General of the Ministry of Transport and Logistics, Khalid Cherkaoui, in which the Counselor for Public Works, Housing, and Mobility, Pablo Rodríguez, the Director General of Relations with Africa, Luis Padilla, and the delegate of Proexca in Morocco, Elvira Butler, will also participate
- At this meeting, where the working lines initiated last year to restore maritime connection between the Canary Islands and Tarfaya will be discussed, characterized by the Canary Islands government as 'strategic' to strengthen economic, commercial, and cultural ties between the archipelago and Morocco, the president of the Cabildo de Fuerteventura, Lola García, the Consul General of the Kingdom of Morocco in the Canary Islands, Fatiha El Kamouri, as well as a business delegation alongside the Chamber of Commerce of Fuerteventura, will also attend. Additionally, participants in the meeting will include the director of the Moroccan Merchant Marine, El Najib Karkouri, the head of the Maritime Transport division, Anes El Oulalia, the director of regulation of activities and operations of the National Ports Agency of Morocco, Mustapha Lhamouz, the commander of the Port of Laâyoune, El-Mostafa Moukka, and the maritime captain of the province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, José Antonio Conde
- The work agenda will begin early on Thursday with a visit to the Port of La Luz and Las Palmas, where the delegation will be received by the president of the Port Authority, Beatriz Calzada. Subsequently, they will tour the port area and the facilities of Hamilton and Cia. From there, the delegation will move to Tenerife, where they will have a meeting with the President of the Canary Islands, Fernando Clavijo, and then travel to Fuerteventura later in the afternoon. On Friday, they will visit the port facilities of Puerto del Rosario and have a working meeting with the Cabildo de Fuerteventura, the Chamber of Commerce, and other public and private stakeholders involved
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