Wednesday, August 17, 2016
The first contact between England and Morocco is thought to have been King John’s failed attempt to get Moroccan support against the French in the thirteenth century.
Things have gotten a bit better since then though and the two countries have enjoyed a trading relationship since the fifteenth century – in fact, the UK is one of Morocco’s oldest partners and was the nation’s main trading partner during the nineteenth century.
And this working relationship is something that is being worked on by the current UK government, not least to take advantage of the country’s unique and strategic location at the threshold of Europe and the gateway to Africa.
Although Rabat is the political capital of Africa, Casablanca is the country’s business capital – and because no one wants a three-hour flight as part of their commute, it makes sense to keep in touch with colleagues or clients via conferecne call.
So here’s how to quickly set up a teleconference between UK and Morocco, using nothing more than a mobile or landline telephone.