India and Morocco have signed an MoU for better and enhanced cooperation in the field of healthcare. The healthcare cooperation memorandum of Understanding was signed by Union Health minister JP Nadda and Dr. Abdelkader Amara, Ministry of Health, Kingdom of Morocco in the presence of senior level delegation of Morocco and senior officers from the Union Health Ministry.
JP Nadda said on the occasion that India and Morocco have strong bonding with each other and this new MoU will help to strengthen it further. India is a major producer of quality generic medicines and drugs. Drugs and medicines made by India are exported to more than 200 countries in the world.
Along with that India’s public health monitoring system is strong and robust and National Health Missions started by the government have strengthen it more.
Both countries have done remarkable work in health sector and through this healthcare MoU between India and Morocco, both countries will be able to offer and share their experiences with each other.