Posts Tagged ‘Côte-d’Ivoire’

Côte d’Ivoire Attacks: Moroccan Security Officials in Abidjan upon High instructions of the King | MAP

Morocco is providing security assistance to the Ivory Coast, following the recent shooting attack: Upon High instructions of King Mohammed VI, Moroccan security officials arrived, Monday in Abidjan, to lend support to Ivorian authorities in their investigations into Sunday’s mass shooting at a beach resort in Côte d’Ivoire. During His phone call with President of the Republic of Côte d’Ivoire Alassan Ouattara, King Mohammed VI proposed sending a team of ...

Morocco, Côte d’Ivoire willing to foster cooperation on transportation | MAP

Morocco continues to foster development ties in Africa, now working on improving transportation with Ivory Coast: Minister of equipment, transportation and logistics Aziz Rabbah met, on Monday in Rabat, with Ivorian counterpart Sem Gaoussou Touré on means and ways to reinforce cooperation in the field of transportation. “Our Ivorian brothers take great interest in the Moroccan experience in all areas, mainly in the field of transportation and logistics, and are ...

Moroccan King Lights Up Ivory Coast as Trade Pushes South | Bloomberg Business

Morocco’s push into sub-Saharan Africa spurs development: [...] Attijariwafa Bank, Morocco’s biggest lender, has 312 branches in West Africa. It helps finance many of the kingdom’s regional projects, including the 100 billion CFA Francs ($171 million) cleaning of Abidjan’s lagoon, the largest of about four dozen accords signed during Mohammed VI’s visit. Maroc Telecom bought Emirates Telecommunications Corp.’s West Africa operations this year for $650 million and plans to invest ...

Morocco Strengthens Ties with Africa through Sustainable Projects – Jean R. AbiNader

Multiple Agreements Signed during King Mohammed VI’s Visit to Four Countries Jean R. AbiNader, MATIC June 10, 2015 Morocco’s King Mohammed VI continued his economic diplomacy in Africa these past weeks visiting Côte d’Ivoire, Senegal, Guinea-Bissau, and Gabon. The most remarkable feature of these visits is the down-to-earth bilateral projects agreed to, which wed Moroccan expertise and resources with specific human and economic development goals in each country. Morocco is ...

Morocco’s Contribution to Cocody Bay Rehabilitation, Best Showcase of South-South Cooperation | North Africa Post

More results from King Mohammed VI’s most recent Africa tour: Morocco’s solidarity with Africa is not hot air but a tangible reality. A reality that is taking shape and becoming more and more evident as King Mohammed VI has spearheaded over the past few days landmark projects in Senegal, Guinea-Bissau and Ivory Coast during his current African tour. The development projects and agreements sealed by Morocco with these African countries ...
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