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The Hungarian-Moroccan Joint Economic Commission held its third session in Rabat on 9 and 10 November 2017 with the co-chairmanship of Levente Magyar, Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary on the Hungarian Side of the Commission and Rakiya Eddarhem Minister Delegate in charge of Foreign Trade, at the Ministry of Industry, Trade, Investment and Digital Economy on the Moroccan Side.
The main event of the second day was the signing of cooperation agreements between the two countries. Besides the agreements signed in the field of cultural, industrial and agricultural cooperation, accreditation and conformity assessment also got an important role: within the framework of the Joint Economic Commission a Memorandum of Understanding was signed between the National Accreditation Authority of Hungary and the Moroccan standardization body, IMANOR.
Mr. Miklós Devecz Director General (NAH) and Mr. Abderrahim Taibi Director of IMANOR during the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding.
The objectives of the cooperation – reached through the common work in the field of conformity assessment – is to enhance the external economic relations between Hungary and Morocco and to facilitate bilateral trade with the reduction of technical barriers.
The document emphasizes the cooperation in Halal certification, which helps NAH to reach its related strategic goal: help the export of Hungarian products to Islamic countries – thanks to the shared experiences, the gained information on Halal conformity assessment and the signed agreements in this respect.
As a side event of the Hungarian-Moroccan Joint Economic Commission, the Hungarian National Trading House organised a Business Forum on 9 November in Casablanca providing another great opportunity for the Director General of NAH to discuss the arising technical issues.
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