Morocco is being supported by the US over immunity grants to its citizens. Signing off an agreement over a video teleconference, the agreement was signed by Moroccan foreign minister Naseer Bourita and the US Secretary of State Michael Pompeo.
According to the bilateral Enhanced Immunities Agreement, each party shall grant the consular officials of the other party, and their families, the privileges and immunities provided for in Articles 29 to 36 of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations.
The provisions of this agreement were initialed by the US ambassador in Rabat, David Fischer, and Director of Protocol at the Foreign Ministry Anas Khales. Defense and security is also an area where Morocco and the US closely coordinate, with Bourita describing the cooperation as “a beacon of excellence.”
The US has a comparatively sizable Moroccan population. As of the 2000 U.S. Census 38,923 Americans stated they were of Moroccan descent. … As of 2009, 27,000 Moroccans (about 70% of the entire Moroccan American community) had immigrated between 1992 and 2002, with most of the Moroccan Americans living in large urban areas.
But as of now, for the US, Morocco remains a huge gateway into sizable business potential to be done in Africa. Incidentally, both countries share Free Trade Agreement already.
Also, over the last decade, as an African nation, Morocco has embarked on a major socioeconomic transformation, combining substantial policy changes and ambitious economic projects that have sustained relative social calm and enabled the doubling of our GDP while maintaining sustained growth exceeding 5 % per annum.