Morocco will grant a visa valid for one year to Indian investors wishing to explore the Moroccan market.
The decision was announced by the kingdom’s ambassador to India, Mohamed Maliki, on the sidelines of Operation Morocco Now, which dropped off its bags this week in the country, Indian press reports. A measure correlated with the Kingdom’s desire to see India in the top 10 of its partners by 2025, the diplomat said.
For this purpose, interested parties can apply from any city in India, simply online and will be in possession of their document within 3 to 5 days.
Speaking on the occasion of the opening of the operation, the Moroccan diplomat revealed that Morocco will open a consulate in Bangalore. This consulate will be added to those already existing in Bombay and Calcutta.
For his part, the director general of the Moroccan Agency for the Development of Investments and Exports (AMDIE), Youssef El Bari, declared that “Morocco and India have very strong industrial potential and two complementary platforms. Indeed, thanks to its 54 free trade agreements, Morocco offers direct access to the African, European, American and British markets with a great capacity for reactivity, in particular with Europe, like the role played by the India in Asia ”.