Tunisia, Morocco Sign Agreement in Pharmaceuticals [All Africa]

Morocco and Tunisia have signed a new co-operation agreement which aims to bring together the regulatory environments for their pharmaceutical markets: A co-operation agreement between the Tunisian and Moroccan pharmaceuticals institutions was signed recently at the seat of the Health Ministry in Tunis. The agreement aims, according to a statement of the Ministry, to boost co-operation between the two countries in pharmaceuticals and stipulate joint measures and provisions. In addition ...

Ban Ki-moon Praises Initiatives of King Mohammed VI to Promote Peace, Stability in Africa [Maghreb Arab Press]

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon praises Morocco’s efforts in Africa, citing the recent acceptance of Nigeria’s request to train Nigerian imams in Morocco: UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has praised the initiatives of HM King Mohammed VI in favor of peace, stability and harmony in several African countries, particularly in the Sahel. “Spiritual and religious leaders have a key role to play in promoting harmony between communities in the Sahel,” ...

Morocco, Chad to Strengthen Cooperation in Infrastructure, Aviation, Training [Maghreb Arab Press]

Morocco continues to play a leadership role in Africa, signing several agreements for expanded cooperation and development with Chad: Morocco and Chad signed, on Friday in N’Djamena, three cooperation agreements in the areas of infrastructure, aviation and training. Two of these agreements which were signed by Mohamed Najib Boulif, minister delegate for Transport, and Adoum Younousmi, Chadian minister of Ifrastructure, Transport and Civil aviation, “will undoubtedly boost technical cooperation between ...

Algeria, Party to Sahara Conflict, Should Get Involved In Search For Solution, Official

Moroccan Minister Delegate for Foreign Affairs Mbarka Bouaida reminds the Spanish press that Algeria has not been an active participant in the effort to find a political solution to the Western Sahara dispute: Algeria is a direct party to the conflict over the Moroccan Sahara and should involve itself in the search for a solution to this problem, said Minister Delegate for Foreign Affairs Mbarka Bouaida. “There is a direct ...

Pessimism at Madrid Conference But Delegates Reject Military Action [Libya Herald]

Morocco was one of 21 countries and international organizations gathered in Madrid to discuss the ongoing situation in Libya: The Madrid Conference on Libya today opened in a mood of pessimism as Spanish Foreign Minister Jose Manuel Garcia-Margallo warned that the country could end up in a civil war similar to that in Syria. Such a disaster and the prospect of extremists taking over the country could still be prevented he ...
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