The cooperation between Rabat and Jerusalem is strengthened and the Moroccans they will have no problem working in Israel from the beginning of next year. According to the newspaper Al Ahdath Al Maghribia, it is about solving the labor shortage suffered by the Jewish country.
The agreements between the two nations cover the fields of innovation, sustainable energy, agriculture and agri-food” as a prelude to “explore what could be achieved for the benefit of the peoples of the region and serve the interests of its citizens,” he adds. the newspaper.
The Moroccan Ministry of Tourism estimates that “the tourist market Israel represents a potential of 200,000 arrivals per year”. Similarly, trade between “the two countries soared to $131 million in 2021, with nearly $31 million in exports and $100 million in imports.”
Israel exports products related to transport, rubber, plastic or chemicals to Morocco, while Morocco exports textiles, agricultural products and transport equipment to Tel Aviv.