Morocco’s Tangier Med Port’s Authority has made a commitment to help with the development of Liberia’s seaports infrastructure to reduce cost and expand trade in the West African nation.
The Moroccans intervention will seek to address logistical and technical constraints including inadequate pilotage and human resource development at the National Port Authority. The port of Greenville in Sinoe County will be revamped as part of the agreement being worked on according to NPA statement shared with the Oracle News Daily.
“This arrangement which will lead to an MOU and a technical working committee will also tailored on the terms and conditions of the basic capacity development framework for the NPA.
“It comes at end of an official bilateral talks and working visit by NPA Managing Director Nebo to the Tangier Med Port in view of the commitments made to H. E President George Weah.
“To this effect, the first batch of NPA staff are expected to travel to Morocco to be trained by Port experts in Marine operations upon signing of the MOU.”
NPA delegation led by Managing Director Diana Nebo is currently in Morocco where she
Conveyed special gratitude on behalf of the Liberian Leader to the government of Morocco through the Tangier Port Authority Director General Hassan Adkari for the collaborations to make the Ports of Liberia efficiently viable to become a Premium Port.
Tangier Med Port is one of the world’s biggest Ports and has supported the development of other Ports and Economic zones in more than 13 countries.