The Minister of Development, José Luis Ábalos, has put land in the middle at a time when the taxi crisis in Madrid is stagnating today.official two-day trip to MoroccoThe purpose of which has been highlighted by the Ministry is to "strengthen good relations" between the governments of the two countries and to "favor" the participation of Spanish companies in the infrastructure projects undertaken by the country.
All this coincides with the fifth day of indefinite strike of the taxi sector in Madrid, while the VTC of Barcelona protested against the regulation that the Catalan Government finally approved. Ábalos said on Wednesday, during his visit to Fitur, his willingness to mediate to resolve the conflict if the parties so request. However, he insisted that "it is not a national problem", but "is located" in Madrid and Barcelona and some other large city where the VTC operate.
In addition, he recalled that, as established by the Royal Decree Law that the Government approved last year, it is the autonomous communities that have to regulate These two modes of transport, which are also urban activities. "It is a norm that obliges, whether you like it or not," he added during his stay at Fitur.
The busy schedule of the minister
Regarding the official trip to Morocco that starts tomorrow, it takes place after which the president of the Government made, Pedro Sánchez, last November. In the case of the minister, he has scheduled a meeting with the head of the country's government, Saad-Eddine El Othmani, and with five other ministers of the Moroccan executive.
These meetings will deal with issues related to rail transport, port relations, «Bilateral contingents» for road transport and airspace. The schedule of meetings and meetings scheduled for the owner of Development in Morocco begins today, with a first meeting at 9.00 with the Minister of Energy and Kenitra Mayor, Aziz Rabbah.
The minister also he will meet with his Moroccan counterparts, the Minister of Transport, Logistics and Water, Abdelkader Aamara, and the Minister of Planning, National Territory, Urbanism, Housing and Politics of the City, Abdelahad Fassi-Fihri.
The day of Friday closes with a meeting with the Minister of Agriculture, Aziz Akhannouch, and already on Saturday his visit culminates with a lunch in Casablanca ecido by the third of his counterparts, the Minister of Tourism, Air Transport, Handicrafts and Social Economy, Mohammed Sajid.