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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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Francophonie Summit: Morocco Donates Madagascar Security Equipment

Morocco has donated Madagascar a batch of security equipment to help Madagascar shore up security at the Francophonie Summit, held in Antananarivo this November 26-27. The scanners, metal detectors and other security equipment were installed in the Ivato center in the capital Antananarivo immediately after the arrival of the Moroccan military cargo ship. Moroccan security […]

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Morocco’s King Pleads for Strong, Solidarity-Based Inter-African Relations

King Mohammed VI has once again pleaded for the promotion of strong inter-African relations and solidarity-based South-South cooperation. “I would like to establish a strong and solidarity-based South-South cooperation between many African countries”, said the Moroccan Sovereign, who is currently on a visit to Madagascar, second leg of his new African tour. In an interview […]

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Madagascar: King Mohammed VI Performs Friday Prayer in Antananarivo Mosque

King Mohammed VI, commander of the faithful, who is visiting Madagascar within the frame of a new African tour, performed the Friday prayer at the Antananarivo Mosque. In his sermon, the Imam stressed the importance of solidarity, charity works, assistance and providing good advice to Muslim brethren to enable them contribute to building a better […]

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Madagascar: King Mohammed VI Renames Antsirabe Mosque After His Grand-Father

King Mohammed VI, who is visiting Madagascar within the frame of a new African tour, visited Wednesday, “Antsirabe Mosque” which the Sovereign re-named after his grandfather late king Mohammed V. The Moroccan monarch, Commander of the Faithful, also performed a prayer at the mosque and donated copies of the holy Quran to local Muslim community […]

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Morocco, Ethiopia Teem up to Build $3.7 bln Fertilizer Plant

Morocco and Ethiopia inked a $3.7 bln deal to build a world-class fertilizer plant with an annual production capacity of 2.5 million tons in Dire Dawa industrial zone, eastern Ethiopia. The signing ceremony of this mega project that will help Ethiopia reach self-sufficiency was chaired by King Mohammed VI and Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Haile Mariam […]

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Morocco: King Mohammed VI to launch diplomatic offensive in Ethiopia

King Mohammed VI of Morocco is set to pay a visit to Addis Ababa to drum up support for the Kingdom’s bid to return to the African Union (AU), various local media report on Wednesday. King Mohammed VI is heading to Addis Ababa by Friday, November 18 before heading to Madagascar for the International Francophone […]

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Africa Action Summit, a Milestone in Addressing Climate Change

The Africa Action Summit was held on November 16 in Marrakech with the participation of several African Heads of state and government and was wrapped the same day with a final statement laying out a forward-looking vision for a common African action to tackle climate change. The summit, held at the initiative of King Mohammed […]

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King Mohammed VI: COP22, Decisive Conference For Implementation of Paris Accord

King Mohammed VI stressed Tuesday in Marrakech the importance of the 22nd UN conference on climate change, convening in Morocco, saying COP22 is a decisive venue in the implementation of the Paris Agreement. “The whole of mankind is pinning great hopes on the resolutions to be endorsed. It is expecting more than just a declaration […]

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Moroccan-Senegalese Partnership, a Telling Example of Farsighted South-South Cooperation

Morocco and Senegal, which are bound by a centuries-old friendship and multi-faceted cooperation, are again offering this week a telling example of their partnership and their shared resolve to enhance south-south cooperation. This started on Sunday, when King Mohammed VI, in an unprecedented move, addressed the speech marking the Green March, a Moroccan national event, […]

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