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Morocco’s OCP Agrees to Sulphur Deal with Turkmenistan

Tuesday 10 March 2020

ASHGHABAT (TGH) — Moroccan state-owned company Cherifien Office for Phosphates (OCP Group) has concluded an agreement to purchase sulphur from Turkmenistan’s national gas company Turkmengas.

Turkmenistan’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Rashid Meredov announced the deal today during a video conference session of the Turkmen Cabinet of Ministers. The deal was concluded during Foreign Minister Meredov’s visit to Rabat last week.

The agreement states that Turkmengas will provide 1 mln tons of sulphur to OCP as well as UAE company Sun International FZE.

The FM’s visit was the first since Morocco and Turkmenistan established diplomatic relations in 1992.


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