Tagged: diplomacy

‘Malian president hosts official dinner party in honour of His Majesty the King,’ as-Sahra al-Magribia (Morocco), 21 February 2014

Mohammed VI, King of Morocco, was hosted by Malian president Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta in his presidential palace for a dinner party last night. The Moroccan king is currently on an official visit to Mali. Continue reading

‘King Mohammed VI developing exceptional Moroccan relations with Africa,’ Middle East Online (London), 15 February 2014

King Mohammed VI of Morocco is preparing to visit to four sub-Saharan countries in an attempt to continue the North African country’s policies towards African countries. Morocco has a number of agreements with sub-Saharan states in different political, diplomatic, economic, social, cultural, religious and humanitarian fields. Continue reading

Popular Egyptian delegation heads to Iran to strengthen relations, Shorouk News (Egypt), 9 December 2013

A delegation of about forty Egyptian politicians, members of the media and revolution youth are embarking on a diplomatic mission to Iran to discuss the current situation in Egypt, as well as push for good relations between Tehran and Arab Gulf States in the face of “American and Zionist conspiracies” for regional dominance.

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Algeria criticizes Morocco’s election to the UN Human Rights Council, Hespress (Morocco), 18 November 2013

Algeria has criticized the election of Morocco to the United Nations Human Rights Council for the period 2014-2016. Morocco and Algeria have a contentious relationship, and Algeria cites the drug trade in Morocco, as well as its oppression of the Saharawi people in Western Sahara, in its criticism of Morocco’s appointment. Algeria has also been elected to the council.

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