a country steeped in history
Morocco's leading tourist destination
a landscape for every taste
a symbol of Morocco’s commitment
to renewable energies
a unique cultural heritage
rich and deeply rooted in tradition
Accommodation platform for participants who are not part of official delegations
If you are planning to attend the Annual Meetings 2023 in Marrakech, and you are not part of the official delegations, you can access an online accommodation platform, set up to assist you in finding a hotel in Marrakech.
The Kingdom of Morocco will facilitate the entry to Morocco for all accredited Annual Meetings participants through a digital visa application platform.
The participants will not need to go to the Moroccan consular services, neither to submit their applications nor to withdraw their eVisa.
Cultural and touristic program
Discover the rich cultural heritage of Marrakech and beyond with our specially curated program of cultural and touristic activities for attendees of the Annual Meetings of the World Bank and IMF 2023.
Procedure for Medias
As part of the 2023 Annual Meetings of the World Bank Group and the IMF (AM2023), media and journalists accredited by the two institutions traveling to Morocco need to follow some procedures for the temporary admission of their AV material, as well as for shooting videos in Morocco.
Car Rental and Taxi Airport
At the exit of both Casablanca and Marrakech airports, passengers could either take shuttle buses, taxis or call a car rental agency.
Choosing Morocco as host country recognizes the country’s experience in organizing international events.
In October 2018, the Kingdom of Morocco was officially designated as the host country for the Annual Meetings of the World Bank Group and the International Monetary Fund. This choice is highly symbolic as it marks the return of these Annual Meetings to Africa after they were held for the first time in Nairobi (Kenya) in 1973. It also affirms Morocco’s position on the African continent and the MENA region. Click here to know more
Intensive activities of the Moroccan delegation led by the Minister of Economy and Finance at the Spring Meetings of the WB Group and the IMF, from 10th to 16th April 2023 : 19/04/2023
Signature of a loan agreement for the additional financing of the “Support to the Education Sector” program : 05/04/2023
The Minister of Economy and Finance chairs the signing ceremony of the legal documentation relating to the Additional Financing of the Support Program for the Commune of Casablanca, financed by the World Bank : 28/03/2023
Review of public spending in the water and education sectors : 22/03/2023
Meeting between the Minister Delegate and the Secretary General of the International Monetary Fund : 21/02/2023
Online event on “Empowering Women to Shape the Future of Jobs” : 21/02/2023
Visit of Mr. Axel Van Trotsenburg, Director of Operations at the World Bank in Morocco : 20/02/2023
Mrs. Nadia FETTAH meets with officials of the International Finance Corporation (IFC) : 31/01/2023
High Level Workshop “Public Sector Performance in Morocco : 26/01/2023
Minister of Economy and Finance takes stock in Washington of the “exceptional partnership” between Morocco and the World Bank : 21/12/2022
Mrs. Nadia FETTAH meets with two senior officials of the World Bank : 09/12/2022
The Minister of Economy and Finance grants an interview to Mr. Ferid BELHAJ, World Bank Vice President for the MENA region : 02/11/2022
A delegation from the Ministry of Economy and Finance participates in the 2022 Annual Meetings of the World Bank Group and the IMF : 16/10/2022
Visit of Governor of Bank Al-Maghrib, Abdellatif Jouahri and IMF Managing Director, Kristalina Georgieva to the Moroccan handicraft pavilion during the 2022 AM : 15/10/2022
A truly unique place
A high point in the history
From the origins to present day
At the crossroads of three worlds: Europe,
Africa and the Mediterranean
A Stable Country
Morocco is a democratic, social parliamentary
Values and Religion
The Islam of the middle way:
tolerant and open.
The Moroccan people
A Plural Cultural
Arts & crafts in Morocco
Traditional or contemporary, the richness of
Marrakech, known as the “ochre city,” is Morocco’s leading tourist destination. With its 1,300,000 inhabitants, it is the fourth most populous city in the country. Endowed with an impressive cultural heritage with countless monuments and museums, the city is divided into two distinct parts: the new city and the medina or historic city, classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO since 1985.