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Morocco and Hungary seal MoU in field of medical industry

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The Moroccan Federation of Health Industries and its Hungarian counterpart, the Association of Medical Devices Manufacturers, signed Tuesday a memorandum of understanding in the field of medical industry.

The MoU was signed remotely by president of the Moroccan Federation of Health Industries, Karim Haj Riffi, and president of the Association of Medical Devices Manufacturers, Gabriella Áj, in the presence of Hungary's ambassador in Rabat, Miklos Tromler.

It aims to bring together stakeholders from both countries to facilitate cooperation in the field of the medical industry, within the framework of an exchange of best practices and technologies and given the common interest that Morocco and Hungary have in this high-potential sector.

The agreement, which outlines a long-term partnership between the two associations, also aims to support the activities of stakeholders in both Morocco and Hungary and to promote bilateral business opportunities.

The MoU, which highlights the «excellence» of bilateral relations, is likely to give a «high added value» to the medical industries of both countries and will allow an exchange of expertise and technology in addition to a transfer of know-how in both directions, Tromler told MAP.

Highlighting the Kingdom's great experience in the field of medical industry, the Hungarian diplomat hoped to see this first cooperation extended to other health sectors, including mobile hospitals, new technologies used in medical laboratories and «dental technologies in which Hungary excels».

For his part, Haj Riffi noted that this agreement will be the first milestone of a «fruitful cooperation», adding that this MoU aims initially to establish a channel of communication between Moroccan and Hungarian stakeholders.

«Hungary is a country that has a lot of research in the field to its credit, and great experience in medical manufacturing and production of medical equipment and devices», he said.

This memorandum will be the basis for several forms of industrial cooperation that will be decided by the interested companies of both countries during the next bilateral meetings, Haj Riffi concluded.

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