(MENAFN - Kuwait News Agency (KUNA)) By Mustafa Al-Mereni
RABAT, Jan 5 (KUNA) -- A delegation from Kuwait's State Audit Bureau is seeking opportunities for knowledge exchange with their Moroccan partners as part of efforts to boost efficiency in inspection programs, said a pair of Kuwaiti auditors on Saturday.
The Kuwaiti contingent's week-long visit to Morocco represents an earnest desire to gain some insight into the North African nation's successful foray into renewable energy, Kuwaiti auditor Yaqoub Al-Terkait told KUNA.
Such initiatives allow auditors from both nations to gain knowledge in new concepts, which in turn, will lead to more transparency in the audit sector, he added.
Another Kuwait auditor, Fahad Al-Jamae, praised the Moroccans' "success" in the field of renewable energy, saying the visit will prove mutually beneficial for state audit bodies in both countries.
The Kuwaiti auditors plan to visit solar plants across Morocco in a bid to gain a first-hand view of how operations are handled in these renewable energy facilities, he pointed out. (end) mry.nam