As usual, at the beginning of the year a delegation from the Fundación Tres Culturas (Three Cultures Foundation) has paid a number of institutional visits to Spanish and Moroccan entities with an aim to learning about their plans of action for the new year and establishing the foundations for future projects and joint initiatives.
José Manuel Cervera and Carmen Fernández-Távora, director and deputy director of the foundation, have recently travelled to Rabat and Madrid to hold various meetings with patrons of the Foundation and representatives of different institutions linked to Tres Culturas (Three Cultures.)
Among the meetings held in Rabat on the 8th and 9th of January, they were received by Abdelkrim Benatiq, Minister of Moroccan Expats and Migration Matters and patron of the Foundation, and by Mounia Bouceta, State Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Likewise, they had the opportunity to meet André Azoulay, President of the Fundación Tres Culturas (Three Cultures Foundation) and Advisor to the King of Morocco, and Ricardo Díez Hotchleiner, Spanish Ambassador in Morocco and member of the patronage of Tres Culturas (Three Cultures.)
In Madrid, on the 14th and 15th of January, they held meetings with Audrey Azoulay, General Director of UNESCO, Consuelo Rumí, State Secretary of Migration, José Alarcón, Director of Migratory Policies and Eva Martínez, General Director for the Mediterranean and Maghreb of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.