Prime Minister Aziz Akhannouch confirmed, on Monday in New York, that Morocco will present, at the United Nations summit on “Transforming Education”, its great project to reform the educational system, which was drawn up in accordance with the noble directives of His Majesty King Mohammed VI.
Speaking to the press, after the opening session of a high-level meeting of this world event, Akhannouch said: “On this occasion, we will present the great project for the education sector that will be implemented in our country, as well as the Kingdom priorities in this field”.
After the death on Monday, Akhannouch made a speech in the framework of this summit.
On the other hand, he stressed that the general debate during the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly, which begins on Tuesday, will be an opportunity for Morocco to present its positions on various national and international issues.
Akhannouch, who heads the Moroccan delegation to this world event, under the high instructions of His Majesty King Mohammed VI, added that the high-level segment of the General Assembly constitutes a date of great importance, given the energy, food and climate crises. that they go through the world is witnessing today.
In a similar statement, the Minister of National Education, Primary Education and Sports, Chakib Benmoussa, said that the focus, during this summit, is on the roadmap drawn up by Morocco under royal directives, which, adds Benmoussa, is online. with the model presented by the Secretary General of the United Nations during the high-level meeting Level for the summit “Transforming Education”.
He pointed out, in this regard, that the UN Secretary-General highlighted in particular the importance of quality education and schooling for children, regardless of their condition, as well as the need to provide school-age children with tools that help them to fully develop their skills and abilities. skills. The minister added that the UN official also highlighted the aspect related to teachers and ways to improve their skills.
In his speech, Guterres said that this summit can achieve its comprehensive goals only by unleashing the dynamism of global action, stressing the need to mobilize governments, youth, civil society, educators, businessmen and donors.