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International Organization of Francophonie Bestows its Highest Distinction on Morocco’s King

The International Organization of la Francophonie has awarded King Mohammed VI of Morocco its highest honorary order, the Order of La Pléiade, in tribute to his determining role in promoting the values of dialogue and tolerance worldwide and in establishing at home a modern state, a state of the rule of law. The decoration was […]

Paris, Rabat more committed than ever to bolster their partnership

Paris and Rabat reiterated their commitment to bolster their partnership, notably in the fields of security, sustainable development, culture and education, said the Royal Office in a statement. The statement was issued following a meeting in the Elysée Palace Tuesday between French President François Hollande and King Mohammed VI of Morocco. During the meeting, the […]

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Rabat, Havana re-establish diplomatic ties

Morocco and Cuba made Friday in New York a giant step towards fruitful cooperation after both countries’ UN permanent envoys to the UN signed an agreement to thaw ties and re-establish diplomatic relations, just a couple of weeks after King Mohammed VI paid a private visit to the Caribbean Island. The agreement, initialed by Omar […]

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Morocco: World Largest Solar Energy Plant Reaches Final Stage

King Mohammed VI of Morocco has launched over the weekend the 4th and final stage of the world’s largest solar plant destined to supply the North African Kingdom with a large amount of energy from renewable. The Noor Ouarzazate IV power station in the southern province of Ouarzazate, spanned over an area of 137 hectares, […]

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King Mohammed VI Starts Friendship Visit to Guinea

King Mohammed VI arrived Thursday in Conakry, fourth leg of a new African tour started early February, immediately after Morocco’s triumphant return to the African Union. The royal visit to Guinea, after those to South Sudan, Ghana and Zambia, stands as a reunion between two Heads of State, who share love for Africa and hope […]

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After a Historic Visit in Addis Ababa, King Mohammed VI Flies to Juba

After his historic visit in Addis Ababa that was crowned by the official integration of Morocco as a full-fledged member of the African Union, King Mohammed VI flew on Wednesday to Juba on an official visit to South Sudan. During the visit, taking place under the sign of solidarity and inter-African action, King Mohammed VI […]

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Morocco’s King Mohammed VI Awarded Mandela Peace Prize

King Mohammed VI of Morocco has been awarded the 2016 Mandela Peace Prize for his efforts to promote peace and justice around the world and for his Africa-oriented policy that seeks to boost the continent’s development. The king won the prize for his “contribution to building a society of justice and peace between humans and […]

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Rabat, Abuja Concerned Over Security Threat in Sahel

Morocco and Nigeria have expressed “deep concern over the persisting security threat particularly in the Sahel region”, says a joint statement issued following the official visit King Mohammed VI paid to Nigeria Dec. 1-3. During the visit, part of a royal African tour, the Moroccan Sovereign and President Muhammadu Buhari held “in a friendly and […]

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Moroccan-Nigerian Cooperation Getting off to a Flying Start

Cooperation relations between Morocco and Nigeria which have been hibernating for many years are getting off to a flying start with the historic visit King Mohammed VI is paying to Nigeria. As is the case whenever the Moroccan monarch makes trips to African countries, the Royal visit highlighted by the signing of some 16 agreements, […]

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Morocco accuses A.U Chief of obstructing readmission

Morocco’s foreign ministry on Wednesday accused the African Union (AU) commission chairperson, Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma of frustrating its attempt at readmission. According to the North African nation’s foreign ministry, Dlamini-Zuma had delayed the distribution of the Moroccan request to AU members without any apparent reason, and then invented a new procedural requirement to reject letters […]

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