A group of investors from Poland will visit Morocco in September to examine expanding investment opportunities in the Western Sahara region, which is disputed between Rabat and the Polisario Front.
In June, Morocco’s Ambassador to Poland Abderrahim Atmoun signed a declaration of intent for new Polish business cooperation in the Western Sahara.
At the time, media reports said the agreement will promote the production of both civil and military transport and logistics equipment for Poland.
According to the INN Poland website, the economic delegation is expected to visit the region from 12-19 September.
The site said the delegation includes entrepreneurs interested in expanding in “one of the most interesting markets in Africa” as well as representatives of a number of Polish companies that are actively working to increase their presence in the kingdom.