Morocco is resolute in fulfilling all projects related to its co-hosting of the 2030 FIFA World Cup with Spain and Portugal, ensuring top-notch transport and mobility services for this global event, stated Mohamed Abdeljalil, Minister of Transport and Logistics, on Friday.

Following the directives of King Mohammed VI, Morocco is dedicated to making the necessary investments to meet expectations for transport services. Minister Abdeljalil emphasized this commitment just before a meeting between the Ministry of Transport and Logistics and the Royal Moroccan Football Federation (FRMF), represented by its president Fouzi Lekjaa.

The meeting also saw the attendance of key figures including Abdelhamid Addou, CEO of Royal Air Maroc; Mohamed Rabie Khlie, General Manager of the National Railways Office (ONCF); and Habiba Laklalech, General Manager of the National Airports Authority (ONDA).

Minister Abdeljalil highlighted that the gathering aimed to finalize the transport and mobility plans for Morocco’s World Cup bid.

An extensive meeting was held earlier this month at the Ministry of the Interior, part of the intensive preparations for the 2030 World Cup, aligning with the Royal Vision and Ambition to ensure the event’s success.

Participants included the Minister of the Interior, the Minister of Equipment and Water, the Minister of National Education, Preschool and Sports, the Minister of National Territory Planning, Urban Planning, Housing, and City Policy, the Minister of Tourism, Handicrafts, and Social and Solidarity Economy, the Minister of Transport and Logistics, and the Minister Delegate in charge of the Budget.

This crucial meeting focused on coordination among all relevant ministries, establishing a unified action system, and implementing an integrated roadmap. This roadmap is centered on fulfilling commitments, aligning initiatives and interventions, and harmonizing their schedules. The goal is to ensure the seamless complementarity of roles among all stakeholders, thus providing the necessary conditions and resources for Morocco to successfully co-host the World Cup with Spain and Portugal.

Through these concerted efforts, Morocco aims to demonstrate its capacity to deliver a successful and memorable 2030 FIFA World Cup, bolstering its reputation on the global stage.