Brazil may serve as liaison for cooperation between nations in the North Atlantic and those in the South

By Elton Alisson

Agência FAPESP – Sponsored by The German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) and the OCP Foundation of Morocco, The Atlantic Dialogues was held September 28-30 in Rabat, Morocco.

The objective of the meeting was to bring together public and private sector leaders from North and South America, Africa, Europe and Asia to debate strategic inter-regional strategies, such as security, the economy, migration and energy. FAPESP Vice President Eduardo Moacyr Krieger represented the Foundation at the event.

Created in 1972 by Germany as a permanent memorial to the Marshall Plan, which was instituted by the United States to help rebuild the allied nations in Europe after World War II, the GMF is dedicated to promoting understanding and cooperation between North America and Europe regarding transatlantic and global issues.

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Source and Photo: FAPESP, November 7th, 2012
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