A delegation of “Young American Democrats”, which represents the wing of the Democratic Youth of the United States of America, called today, Friday, in Dakhla, investors to settle the economy in the region that stores enormous economic potential.
“There are many opportunities in Dakhla for investors to seize and share their returns with Africa,” said Joshua Harris Thiel, president of the Young American Democrats who is on a four-day visit to Dakhla, at the invitation of the PAM.
Harris Tell told the press on Friday that the American recognition of the full and complete sovereignty of Morocco over its Sahara “is only a first step.” Much more needs to be done. American investments must be made in Dakhla.
He added that this mobility enabled the delegation to discuss possible ways to strengthen partnerships and alliances with Moroccan youth. For its part, a member of the American Democratic Party, Heather Brown, confirmed that the authorities have a strategic vision on the formula for developing the region in the future, adding that this vision “will enable Dakhla to become an important port ground for Africa as a whole.” Mrs. Brown, who visited Dakhla 10 years ago to attend the presentation of the largest science in the world, expressed her admiration for the socio-economic development and the quality of the infrastructure in Dakhla, noting that “the United States of America will remain a partner and friend of Morocco.” As for the President of the Authenticity and Modernity Party Youth Organization, Najwa Cocos, she emphasized that the meeting with the youth of the American Democratic Party is part of the initiatives aimed at strengthening parallel diplomacy.
She explained that the visit made it possible to closely examine the efforts made to inject a strong dynamism for socio-economic development in the region through a number of projects related to the completed infrastructures in various fields.