The Royal Institute for Strategic Studies (IRES) actively participated as a partner in the work of the meeting of the Strategic Triangle "Latin America and the Caribbean, Europe and Africa", organized on 23 and 24 February 2022 in Lisbon by the Institute for the Promotion of Latin America and the Caribbean (IPDAL).
This meeting, which was attended by several Ambassadors accredited in Portugal, high representatives of the Portuguese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, international organizations and African and European Think Tanks as well as academic experts, was an ideal opportunity for IRES to bring its vision on post-Covid economic growth in the Atlantic area.
On this occasion, Mr. Mohammed Tawfik MOULINE, Director General of IRES, highlighted the importance of the global systemic crisis, which has exacerbated the volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous nature of the world. He then reviewed the support and recovery plans at the level of the Atlantic area, while distinguishing between developed countries, emerging countries and low-income developing countries.
During his speech, Mr. Mouline stressed that the Kingdom was among the first countries at the international level to have, under the leadership of His Majesty King Mohammed VI, conducted a policy to meet the challenges of the health crisis and launched structural projects, in line with the axes of its new development model, based on new economic and human fundamentals.