Saudi Arabia will give $22 billion to Morocco to improve its military industry

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The government of Morocco wants to develop the military industry of the country making it less dependent to imports

According to the agreement, the funding will be used to strengthen the deterrent capabilities of the Royal Armed Forces.


Saudi Arabia is trying to expand its influence at the Southern Mediterranean region, as it will provide $22 billion to Morocco to “strengthen the deterrent capabilities of the Royal Armed Forces.”

According to Morocco World News, on December 16 the two Kingdoms signed an agreement of military and technical cooperation between the Moroccan Royal Armed Forces and the Saudi Armed Forces.

Today, Arabic daily Al-Massae reported that under the signed agreement, “Saudi Arabia is financing the imp...


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