RABAT, April 6 (Xinhua) -- Morocco and Colombia on Tuesday signed four agreements to enhance cooperation in a number of areas, the official news agency MAP reported.
The agreements were signed during a video conference between Moroccan Minister of Foreign Affairs Nasser Bourita and his Colombian counterpart Claudia Blum.
The first two agreements concern the reciprocal implementation of open-air market, operating licenses for airlines, fees and customs duties, and visa-free travel for short stays, the report said.
The third agreement is related to the cooperation in the fight against drug trafficking, while the last one deals with the South-South cooperation in higher education, it said.
The two ministers also discussed the bilateral partnership as well as regional and international issues, the report added.