Morocco’s King Mohammed VI to African Union: “I am home at last”

King Delivers Speech at 28th African Union Summit, Day after Historic Decision Washington, DC, January 31, 2017, Moroccan American Center for Policy (MACP) — In a visionary speech delivered to the 28th African Union (AU) Summit in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on Tuesday, Morocco’s King Mohammed VI reaffirmed his country’s “commitment to the development and prosperity of African citizens” and pledged to “help bring about unity and progress” to the continent. ...

Full Speech of King Mohammed VI at 28th African Union Summit

On Tuesday, January 31– the day after the African Union (AU) made its historic decision to admit Morocco to the organization– King Mohammed VI delivered a speech to attendees. Below is the full text thereof:   “Praise be to God May peace and blessings be upon the Prophet, His Kith and Kin. His Excellency President Alpha Condé, Chairman of the 28th AU Summit, Distinguished Heads of State and Government, Honourable ...

Morocco-US: Obama’s Special Envoy Expected in Rabat Next Week | North Africa Post

The US calls Morocco a “strong partner” against ISIL: US President’s special envoy for the global coalition to counter the Islamic State (IS) group will visit Morocco early next week to update Moroccan authorities on the coalition’s actions to weed out the terrorist group, the US State Department said on Wednesday. “Morocco is a strong partner in the Global Coalition to Counter ISIL and Special Presidential Envoy McGurk will meet ...

In Throne Day Speech, Moroccan King Details Policy and Progress in Global Context of “Crises and Increasing Tensions”

Washington, DC, August 1, 2016 (MACP) — In a speech to the nation on July 30 marking the 17th anniversary of his reign, Morocco’s King Mohammed VI lauded “what we have managed to achieve, a construction and development site and an oasis of security and stability, despite an international context characterized by a succession of crises and increasing tensions.” The King spelled out domestic and foreign policy priorities—including economic development, ...

For a night, Maghreb joined forces to solve their social problems | Wamda

Wamda’s Yassine Bakir writes about the Maghreb Social Night Challenge hackathon that was held June 17-18. Organized by entrepreneur Ayoub Ammar of Casablanca, the event “invited Maghrebis to find entrepreneurial solutions to several local social issues in Algiers, Casablanca, and Tunis.” More from Wamda: Participants – 30 from each country – were, or became, aware of the many issues they share such as youth unemployment, difficult access to health and ...
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