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Morocco Enacts its Membership in Afreximbank

Morocco has enacted its membership in the Cairo-based African Export–Import Bank or Afreximbank by publishing in the latest official gazette the Convention establishing Afreximbank. Morocco promulgated in 2011 a law approving the principle of the country’s accession to the Convention establishing Afreximbank and deposited in September 2013 the ratification instruments of the Convention. Afreximbank, founded […]

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Morocco’s King on Historic Visit to Zambia, 19 Partnership Agreements Signed

King Mohammed VI of Morocco who started Sunday a historic visit to Zambia, the first ever by the Sovereign to the Southern Africa country, on Monday held private talks with Zambian President Edgar Lungu at State House. The two heads of state later on co-chaired the signing ceremony of 19 governmental and economic partnership agreements. […]

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Morocco, Ghana Conclude 25 Agreements to Strengthen Ties

Ghana and Morocco are poised to add new momentum to their economic and business ties as they concluded Friday no less than 25 cooperation agreements consolidating or establishing partnerships between the two Governments and between the governments and the private sector. King Mohammed VI who started an official visit to Ghana Thursday and Ghana’s President […]

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Morocco’s King Starts Visit to Ghana

King Mohammed VI started as of this Thursday an official visit to Ghana, part of his new tour in several African countries. The visit will highlight by summit talks between the Moroccan sovereign and Ghanaian President Nana Akufo-Addo and will be marked by the conclusion of several agreements aimed at strengthening bilateral relations and opening […]

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EU Pledges to Protect Farm Accord & Partnership with Morocco

The EU has vowed to take the necessary measures to protect the farm accord and partnership sealed with Morocco, affirming that the accord was not endangered by an EU court ruling. The commitment was made by the European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini during a meeting held Tuesday with […]

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‘Morocco, Important Partner for Africa’s Stability & Development,’ Japan

Japan Monday hailed the African Union’s decision to reinstate Morocco in the continental organization and described the North African country as “an important partner for the stability and development of the continent.” “The government of Japan hails the decision by the summit of the African Union related to the return of Morocco in the AU,” […]

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Morocco Would Seek Alternative Partnerships if EU Fails its Commitments

Morocco has warned the European Union against the negative repercussions that failure to implement the bilateral farm deal may entail and said it would seek alternative partnerships if the EU does not honour its commitments towards the Kingdom and thus draw a new trade map. The European Union must ensure the necessary framework in order […]

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Morocco Offers $5.1 Million to Fund South Sudan’s New Capital

In keeping with its south-south cooperation policy towards African sister nations, Morocco will contribute $5.1 million to cover feasibility studies of the project to build South Sudan’s new capital. The announcement was made on Wednesday in Juba, where King Mohammed VI is paying an official visit. Together with South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir Mayardit, the […]

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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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Internet Penetration: Seychelles, Morocco Top African Rankings

The Seychelles, Morocco and South Africa have the best internet connection in Africa with better access, according to statistics in real time published by Internet live status on Sunday. The statistics revealed that these three countries have more than half of their population connected to the internet. They are closely followed by Tunisia, Nigeria and […]

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