Thursday, August 17

EU Remains Morocco’s First Trade Partner As Country Continues Democratic Reform Process

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ENPI Info Centre


Morocco has made significant progress in the implementation of the Action Plan of the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) towards the consolidation of human rights and fundamental freedoms and with the adoption and implementation of an ambitious migration policy, says the progress report for 2014 on Morocco, which underlines that the EU remained Morocco’s main trading partner in 2014.

The report notes that the fight against corruption remains a major challenge in Morocco.

In 2014, the EU adopted ambitious programmes under the European Neighborhood Instrument (ENI) for an amount of €218 million. They aim to support reforms in the health sector (€90 million) and justice (€70 million) and the construction of the Ouarzazate solar plant (€38 million). The indicative budget for the 2014-2017 period is between €728 and €890 million. (EU Neighbourhood Info)

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ENP Package – Morocco Factsheet (FR only)

ENP Country Progress Report 2014 – Morocco (FR only)

Morocco Draft Action Plan for the implementation of the advanced status (2013-2017)

EU External Action – Morocco

European Neighbourhood Policy – Reference Documents

EU External Action – European Neighbourhood Policy

EU Neighbourhood Info Centre – Morocco


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