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New Industrial City to be Built in Morocco in Partnership with China

A new industrial city will be built in the Moroccan Northern city of Tangiers in partnership with Chinese group HAITE. In this regards, King Mohammed VI chaired Monday at the Marchane Royal Palace in Tangiers a ceremony on the new industrial city dubbed “Mohammed VI Tangiers Tech City” during which several accords related to the […]

A Solidarity-Based South-South Cooperation, Best Way to Upgrade Africa’s Development

Over one thousand figures from the fields of politics, economics, culture, the media and civil society have flocked to the Moroccan Southern city of Dakhla, which is hosting for the third consecutive year the Crans Montana Forum. This year’s session, held under the topic “A New Africa for the 21st Century”, opened by the reading […]

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Morocco & Cote d’Ivoire Strengthening Strategic Partnership

Cooperation between Morocco and Cote d’Ivoire is gaining momentum in all sectors and is gearing up towards a sound strategic partnership serving the interests of the two countries which are sharing strong friendship ties and secular relations. King Mohammed VI paid a friendship and working visit to this country Feb.24-27 at the invitation of President […]

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Morocco: Benkirane Excluded, another PJD Member to be Designated Head of Government

King Mohammed VI on Wednesday made a decision to put an end to the deadlock in forming a new government that lasted more than five months. He dismissed the designated Head of the Government, Abdelilah Benkirane, Secretary General of the Party for Justice and Development, and decided to name another member of the same party […]

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Senegal-Morocco: President Macky Sall vows to beef up security over death of Moroccan student

Senegal’s President Thursday pledged to clamp down on delinquency in Dakar and around the country in the wake of the death of a Moroccan student attacked and stabbed by a group of burglars, few yards from his apartment last month. The Moroccan student, Mazine Shakiri, was preparing a doctorate in dentistry. He died of his […]

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King Mohammed VI supervises Morocco-funded projects in Côte d’Ivoire

Visiting King Mohammed VI on Thursday visited two Morocco-funded projects initiated to develop the artisanal fishing activity in the West African country. King Mohammed VI who co-chaired with President Alassane Dramane Ouattara the signing ceremony of 14 cooperation agreements, in Abidjan last week, visited on Thursday the Locodjro (North Abidjan) disembarkation point under construction and […]

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King Mohammed VI, President Buhari Discuss Gas Pipeline Project

King Mohammed VI and President Muhammadu Buhari discussed in a phone talk Wednesday the upcoming stages of the Morocco-Nigeria Atlantic gas pipeline which will bring gas from Nigeria to Morocco stretching through several West African countries over some 4,000 KM. The two heads of State brought up the conclusions of the meeting on the project […]

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Côte d’Ivoire-Morocco: Relations strengthened through Private-Private, Public-Private accords

Morocco and Côte d’Ivoire Monday gave a new impetus to their already strong ties with 14 new accords allowing win-win partnership between the two countries’ private sectors as well as between the public and private sectors. King Mohammed VI, who is on a visit to Abidjan, and President Alassane Ouattara co-chaired a ceremony during which […]

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Sahara: Morocco takes move to preserve regional peace, stability

Morocco took a laudable move Sunday as it began withdrawing its military from Guerguarat, a buffer strip between its southern Saharan provinces and the Mauritanian border, a move meant to preserve peace and stability in the region. Morocco announced officially Sunday that it is beginning unilateral and immediate withdrawal from Guerguarat. King Mohammed had ordered […]

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Polisario losing last remaining strongholds in Africa

As Morocco’s relations with African countries are gaining momentum thanks to its African strategy underpinned by south-south cooperation, based on co-development and solidarity, and as the Kingdom’s return to the African Union is hailed as a landmark event for the development and stability of the continent, the Algeria-backed Polisario is losing its last remaining strongholds […]

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