This honorary position is likely to further support the activities of the Kingdom Embassy in Dublin as part of its economic strategy for promotion as a regional hub and Privileged Investment Platform in Ireland, Morocco.
The desire to give a new impetus to bilateral economic relations must be accompanied by the assistance of the new Honorary Consul in other areas of public interest, particularly cooperation in cultural, academic and scientific matters.
In a special speech, the new Honorary Consul in Morocco, Dublin, congratulated him on being “highly qualified”, thanking him for his extraordinary career and Ireland’s reputation as an entrepreneur and investor. Professional, personal expertise, and his proven success in business.
Mr Maharoi spoke about the need to further strengthen bilateral Morocco-Ireland ties at the economic and trade levels, given Morocco’s unique position as an economic hub between Africa and Europe, and between Africa and the world.
In this sense, he highlighted Morocco’s strengths in terms of its geographical proximity to Europe, Morocco’s favorable business climate, and the attractiveness it offers to foreign investors in the many areas where Morocco has become a globally competitive country.
With a view to winning and winning in Morocco’s most promising regions, the diplomat invited Irish economic operators to turn to Morocco for strong trade partnerships and the establishment of strong, dynamic and sustainable communication and exchange bridges. For Ireland, agriculture, agro-food, renewable energy, and the pharmaceutical sector.
While acknowledging the many achievements of the Kingdom Embassy in Dublin in various areas of Moroccan cooperation, the Honorary Consul of Morocco in Dublin, Mr. Michael J. Hollande, extended his warmest thanks for this honorable appointment.
Michael J. Hollande said he was ready to work for the consolidation of achievements and the development of new avenues of cooperation, especially in economic and commercial matters.
Mr. Holland is a successful entrepreneur in the hospitality and real estate industries, and is also the Director of Orbis Ireland, an NGO that supports ophthalmology and operates regularly in southern Ethiopia.
The installation ceremony, which was held in strict compliance with the health laws in force in Ireland, was marked by the presence of Irish officials and businessmen, who sang two Moroccan and Irish national anthems before the screening of the new financial brand’s institutional films. Country “Morocco now”.
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