Latifa Agarbak, head of the High Authority for Audiovisual Communication, was decorated with the badge of Burkina Faso’s Commander-in-Chief of Art, Letters and Communications. Morocco and Burkina Faso.
Latifa Agarbak was exempted from this title on an exceptional basis in the Okinago Duchess by the Birkinabe elite, and in recognition of the recognition of President Roche Marc Christian Gabore, President of the State of Paso.
The head of state wanted to testify to Burkina Faso’s high-level liaison council that his country recognized the efforts of the HACA in terms of technology transfer and expertise, the HACA said in a statement.
In the presence of the Moroccan Ambassador Paso, Youssef Slav and the leaders of the African regulatory bodies, Latifa Agarbak wanted to thank the officials of Burkina Faso for their “honor” through this decoration.
“For all Moroccan companies, HACA’s action is inspired by the African vision of His Majesty King Mohammed VI, who, through an African perspective, faces many of the challenges facing our continent and supports the search for African solutions to be implemented through the African solution,” he added.
The other members of the HACA were also decorated with a qualifying list of case art, correspondence and contacts between the company’s IT Director Najib Boosmarney, Adil Borpat, Operating Systems Manager, and Talal Saladin, Manager for African and International Affairs within HACA.
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