The Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations, Amina J., confirmed that Mohamed, today, Tuesday in Rabat, said that Morocco is a model for investing in environmental capital to achieve “major” gains in the field of energy transition.
Mrs. J. said: During a press conference following the opening of the ministerial segment of the high-level conference on middle-income countries, Mohamed said that Morocco has achieved major gains in this field, by enhancing investments in climate initiatives, calling for generalizing the Moroccan experience on the African continent to seize the opportunities resulting from it and raise development challenges.
In this regard, the UN official recalled the resilience of the Moroccan economy and the way it responded to global economic and geopolitical crises, noting Morocco’s effective role in partnerships aimed at developing middle-income countries.
In this context, she noted that the high-level conference hosted by the Kingdom provides a space for discussion on the most important financing problems that complicate the economic situation of middle-income countries, stressing the need to combine the efforts of these countries and strengthen their partnerships to serve “the enormous and urgent needs in the field of development.”
It is noteworthy that the work of the ministerial segment of the high-level conference on middle-income countries opened, today, Tuesday, in Rabat, with the participation of 32 countries, 23 United Nations development agencies, and other international and regional institutions.
This high-level conference, held under the slogan “Solutions to Address Development Challenges in Middle-Income Countries in a Changing World,” falls within the framework of the Kingdom of Morocco’s presidency of the Group of Friends of Middle-Income Countries within the United Nations, which it has held since 2023, and in light of its continued advocacy of interests. Developing countries, in accordance with the vision of His Majesty King Mohammed VI, for the benefit of effective and solidarity-based multilateral action.