Morocco, Pakistan sign MoU on training, scientific research


ISLAMABAD – Morocco and Pakistan have recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding


(MoU) to strengthen cooperation in the field of training and scientific and academic research.


The MoU was inked between the Moroccan universities of Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdallah in Fes,


Hassan II in Casablanca, and the international Islamic university of Islamabad.

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Under this agreement, teaching staff, administrative executives and students of the three


universities will exchange visits to take part in training sessions and inquire about teaching


systems and the quality of research in Morocco and Pakistan.


The Memorandum is also meant to develop common research tools and educational material.

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Both parties to the agreement decided on this occasion to set up a committee to ensure the


implementation of the Memorandum.

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