UNECA Ambassadors Applaud Morocco's Proposal to Share Experience in Vaccination against COVID-19
Morocco's proposal to share its experience in vaccination against COVID-19 was highly welcomed on Tuesday in Addis Ababa by ambassadors accredited to the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA).
The diplomats were reacting to remarks made by Morocco's Permanent Representative to the African Union (AU) and the UNECA, Ambassador Mohamed Arrouchi, who chaired a virtual meeting of ambassadors of UNECA member States.
Speaking during this meeting, the Moroccan diplomat highlighted the Kingdom's experience in the fight against COVID-19 in addition to the national vaccination campaign, launched on January 28 throughout the country.
On this occasion, Arrouchi stressed Morocco's readiness to share its experience in terms of immunization strategy part of its active solidarity for the benefit of its African brothers and sisters.
Morocco's proposal was highly commended and it was agreed to hold a seminar jointly with other countries to the Kingdom's experiences, according to the Mission of the Kingdom to the UNECA.
The proposal for the creation of a platform of African epidemic control experts to support the competent African authorities in their campaigns against the COVID-19 epidemic was also discussed during this meeting.
MAP 23 February 2021