Students visit the consulates of France, the U.S. and Morocco

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Students from the three seminars of the Degree in International Relations visited United State consulate.Text: Bárbara Trías

Students visit the consulates of France, the U.S. and Morocco

To see at first hand the organization of a foreign State’s diplomacy, students from the three seminars of the Degree in International Relations visited three consulates: France, United States and Morocco.

They had the chance to ask the U.S. Consul General, Tanya C. Anderson, about the issues of terrorism, security and the effect of migration “across the border”, which was a great opportunity to compare the case of Mexico with the case of Europe and the Mediterranean migration.

Another group went to the Moroccan Consulate General, where they were received by the Consul Yassir Faris. The students enjoyed a tasting of the country’s cuisine: Moroccan tea and sweets to accompany the talk about international relations.

Finally, another seminar group visited the Consulate General of France, and this time the students were welcomed by Consul General Edouard Beslay. They were accompanied by teachers Onno Seroo, Lawrence Ampofo and Manel Manonelles.