At the eighth meeting of the Board of Governors of the Arab Water Council (AWC) in Cairo, Moroccan General Secretary of the Government Driss Dahak highlighted steps taken to create the Mohammed VI International Center on Water Studies in the Arab World. The Center will focus on scientific research, training, and governance issues related to water in the region. It will play a consultative role and will be open to Arab and foreign experts to elaborate politics and strategies in the area of water resources.Water
Morocco: Agenda Announced for Mohammed VI Center On Water Studies in the Arab World
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