The International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Planet Bank have decided to continue with their annual meetings in Morocco, in spite of the current earthquake that resulted in the death of more than two,900 men and women. The selection was produced at the request of the Moroccan authorities, and was supported by senior officials of each organizations. The meetings, which are scheduled to take spot in Marrakesh from October 9 to 15, will be held just 45 miles from the web site of the six.eight-magnitude earthquake that struck on September eight.

The IMF, the Planet Bank or the Moroccan embassy have not released any official comment relating to this selection. Earlier, IMF Director Common Kristalina Georgieva mentioned that a detailed critique of Morocco’s potential to host meetings will be carried out prior to a selection is produced. Morocco’s prime minister reportedly highlighted the prospective devastating effect on the country’s hospitality sector if the meetings have been moved to a different place.

Though the selection to continue with the meetings in Marrakesh has been produced, it remains uncertain irrespective of whether any adjustments or decreased plans will be implemented due to the earthquake. These annual meetings are anticipated to attract about ten,000-15,000 participants to the city. Additional information and facts and updates are but to be released by the IMF and the Planet Bank.

By Editor