Mohammed Magaji, the port commander and director of port operations of Tangier-Ville, was recently elected chairman of the African Committee of Port Commanders, which reports to the International Association of Port Commanders. The creation of this committee was approved by the Executive Committee of the International Association of Port Commanders (IHMA – International Harbor Masters Association) following requests and recommendations from African Port Commanders. “I have the honor of being elected and appointed as the President of this new African institution, which aims to work together with all stakeholders for the sustainable development of our African ports, within the framework of the South-South Partnership,” Mr. he said. . Magaji. “A South-South partnership aimed at controlling aspects related to the safety and security of maritime transport, performance and operational optimization of our ports, protection of the environment, as well as the sharing of good practices and experiences among African leaders” Said in a statement given to. The president of the Federation of Corps Officers of Morocco’s Ports (ACOPM), Mr. Maghazi, stated that the African Committee of Ports Commanders is represented by many African countries, noting that in addition to Morocco, it is notable from Algeria. South Africa, Ghana, Guinea, Kenya, Mozambique, Nigeria and Zambia.