‘Parliamentary Diplomacy Will Boost Rwanda-Morocco Relations’

[New Times] The Speaker of Morocco’s House of Representatives, Habib El Malki, has said that parliamentary diplomacy between both countries is necessary in order to achieve the more than twenty deals inked between the two countries last year.

[New Times] The Speaker of Morocco's House of Representatives, Habib El Malki, has said that parliamentary diplomacy between both countries is necessary in order to achieve the more than twenty deals inked between the two countries last year.

source: AllAfrica News: Morocco

HM the King Extends Condolences to Pres. of Sierra Leone Over Freetown Flooding

[MAP] Rabat -HM King Mohammed VI sent a message of condolences and compassion to president of the Republic of Sierra Leone Ernest Bai Koroma following the flooding that swept through the city of Freetown and resulted in a heavy death toll and damage.

[MAP] Rabat -HM King Mohammed VI sent a message of condolences and compassion to president of the Republic of Sierra Leone Ernest Bai Koroma following the flooding that swept through the city of Freetown and resulted in a heavy death toll and damage.

source: AllAfrica News: Morocco

Anyaoku to Buhari – Don’t Allow Morocco in Ecowas

[This Day] Lagos -Former Secretary General of the Commonwealth, Chief Emeka Anyaoku, has called on President Muhammadu Buhari not to allow Morocco to join the Economic Communities of West African States (ECOWAS).

[This Day] Lagos -Former Secretary General of the Commonwealth, Chief Emeka Anyaoku, has called on President Muhammadu Buhari not to allow Morocco to join the Economic Communities of West African States (ECOWAS).

source: AllAfrica News: Morocco

Closed Borders Deepen Security Issues in North Africa

[Moroccan American Center] Without better security coordination and cooperation among Maghreb countries, effectively addressing challenges like illegal immigration, smuggling, and terrorism remains difficult.

[Moroccan American Center] Without better security coordination and cooperation among Maghreb countries, effectively addressing challenges like illegal immigration, smuggling, and terrorism remains difficult.

source: AllAfrica News: Morocco

Prominent Journalist Jailed

[HRW] Tunis -A Moroccan court on July 25, 2017, sentenced a prominent journalist to three months in prison on a charge that violates his right to peaceful speech, Human Rights Watch said today. The journalist, Hamid Mahdaoui, is in prison in Casablanca…

[HRW] Tunis -A Moroccan court on July 25, 2017, sentenced a prominent journalist to three months in prison on a charge that violates his right to peaceful speech, Human Rights Watch said today. The journalist, Hamid Mahdaoui, is in prison in Casablanca and is under investigation on other charges.

source: AllAfrica News: Morocco

Ethiopia, Morocco – a New Chapter of Cooperation

[Ethiopian Herald] The very old friendship and cooperative relationship between Ethiopia and Morocco is moving to new levels of practical cooperation, from the political to the economic sphere of partnership. The practical application of the new cooper…

[Ethiopian Herald] The very old friendship and cooperative relationship between Ethiopia and Morocco is moving to new levels of practical cooperation, from the political to the economic sphere of partnership. The practical application of the new cooperative partnership between the two countries can be exemplified in many ways. Here, The Ethiopian Herald has met Ambassador of Morocco to Ethiopia Nezha Alaoui M'Hammdi to discuss on the ongoing bilateral relations and investment cooperation between the two countries. Excerpts:

source: AllAfrica News: Morocco

What Will It Take to Make the Arab Maghreb Union Work?

[Moroccan American Center] The Arab Maghreb Union (AMU) was formed in 1989 by Algeria, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, and Tunisia as a vehicle to promote economic and political integration among these North African countries. Their good intentions quickly…

[Moroccan American Center] The Arab Maghreb Union (AMU) was formed in 1989 by Algeria, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, and Tunisia as a vehicle to promote economic and political integration among these North African countries. Their good intentions quickly foundered on the domestic and regional conflicts that dominated the next two decades.

source: AllAfrica News: Morocco