MAP, Prensa Latina Ink Agreement to Foster Bilateral Cooperation

Rabat – A cooperation agreement was signed Monday in Rabat between the Moroccan News Agency (MAP) and the Latin American News Agency (Prensa Latina).

Inked by MAP Director General, Khalil Hachimi Idrissi, and Prensa Latina President, Luis Enrique Gonzalez Acosta, this agreement is intended to develop bilateral cooperation in the area of exchange of information (texts and multimedia products) and expertise.

The agreement enables two agencies to receive and make use of each other’s News Service and multimedia products in English and Spanish for editorial purpose.

The two parties also agreed to exchange information via internet and the other available technical means.

The agreement, which provides for the strengthening of the exchange of visits between journalists, technicians and managers, will also foster cooperation and coordination between the two agencies within the framework of regional and international organizations.

In a statement to MAP on this occasion, Luis Enrique Gonzalez Acosta underlined the importance of the exchange of information between the two agencies to promote the destinations of Cuba and Latin America among Moroccans, and to shed light on the cultural and historical assets of the Kingdom of Morocco in Cuba as well as in the other countries of the continent.

He also expressed his wish to further develop bilateral cooperation in other areas.

Source: Agency Morocaine De Presse

MAP, Prensa Latina Ink Agreement to Foster Bilateral Cooperation

Rabat – A cooperation agreement was signed Monday in Rabat between the Moroccan News Agency (MAP) and the Latin American News Agency (Prensa Latina).

Inked by MAP Director General, Khalil Hachimi Idrissi, and Prensa Latina President, Luis Enrique Gonzalez Acosta, this agreement is intended to develop bilateral cooperation in the area of exchange of information (texts and multimedia products) and expertise.

The agreement enables two agencies to receive and make use of each other’s News Service and multimedia products in English and Spanish for editorial purpose.

The two parties also agreed to exchange information via internet and the other available technical means.

The agreement, which provides for the strengthening of the exchange of visits between journalists, technicians and managers, will also foster cooperation and coordination between the two agencies within the framework of regional and international organizations.

In a statement to MAP on this occasion, Luis Enrique Gonzalez Acosta underlined the importance of the exchange of information between the two agencies to promote the destinations of Cuba and Latin America among Moroccans, and to shed light on the cultural and historical assets of the Kingdom of Morocco in Cuba as well as in the other countries of the continent.

He also expressed his wish to further develop bilateral cooperation in other areas.

Source: Agency Morocaine De Presse