RABAT, July 3 (Xinhua) -- Morocco and Malawi signed on Tuesday three agreements to strengthen their relations in various areas.
Inked by Moroccan Foreign Minister Nasser Bourita and his Malawian counterpart Emmanuel Fabiano, the deals aim at enhancing cooperation in the tourism sector as well as in education and training, and offering visa exemption for diplomatic and service passport holders.
The latest agreements will further strengthen the bilateral ties that have developed steadily in recent years, Bourita said.
For his part, Fabiano expressed his country's willingness to further diversify cooperation with Morocco to include also investment and trade.
The top Malawian diplomat also called for building stronger ties also with the countries of the Southern African Development Community.