India and Morocco have decided to boost bilateral economic cooperation in areas like pharmaceuticals, agriculture and renewable energy besides holding Foreign Office Consultations later this year.
The decision was taken during External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid meeting with his Moroccan counterpart Salaheddin Mezouar.
Khurshid is here on the first leg of his three-nation tour of natural-resources rich North African countries. He will also visit Tunisia and Sudan to boost India’s ‘Look Middle East’ policy.
During his visit, India and Morocco explored ways and means of diversifying their phosphate-centric economic and commercial relations which Khurshid said “have an immense untapped potential”.