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Nigeria and Morocco sign gas pipeline agreements

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Agreements regarding the Nigeria-Morocco gas pipeline project were signed at a ceremony chaired by King Mohammed VI in Rabat (Morocco) on Monday. The pipeline is planned to stretch from Nigeria to Morocco and, eventually, into Europe.

According to news sources, when presenting on the pipeline project, Nasser Bourita, the Moroccan Foreign Minister, claimed that the Nigeria-Morocco pipeline will have a positive impact on over 300 million inhabitants.

Bourita's Nigerian counterpart, Geoffrey Onyeama, has stressed that the conclusion of the pipeline agreements just a few months after discussions about the pipeline commenced at the UN Climate Summit COP22 in November last year, proves a successful partnership between the countries.

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