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High-level US-Israeli delegation arrives in Morocco

After the diplomatic resumption between Morocco and Israel in the wake of the American recognition of full sovereignty of Morocco over the Sahara, the world awaited the first official flight between Israel and the Kingdom, this Tuesday, December 22. The American delegations, led by Jared Kushner, and the Israeli delegations …

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Human Freedom Index: Morocco ranked 117th

Morocco was ranked 117th in the world out of 162 in the 2020 Human Freedom Index published by the Cato Research Foundation. The mark awarded to Morocco is 6.28 points. The purpose of this classification is to follow the degrees of freedom of the subjects according to the levels of …

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World Bank: $ 250 million to support agriculture in Morocco

The Board of Directors of the World Bank approved a financing of 250 million dollars intended to support the Moroccan agricultural strategy “Green Generation”. The “Green Generation (2020-2030)” agricultural strategy, which succeeds the Green Morocco plan (2008-2019), aims to make agricultural activities more profitable and to promote climate-smart practices in …

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UNDP: Morocco in 121st place in human development

The UNDP Human Development Index 2020 still includes Morocco among the “medium human development” countries. The kingdom comes 121st out of 189. This same report also alerts governments to the future of their prosperity if they ignore the damage suffered by nature. Morocco has maintained unchanged its position in the …

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Jared Kushner soon in Morocco

The main adviser to the outgoing US president, Jared Kushner, will travel to Morocco next week aboard the first commercial flight Tel Aviv-Rabat. Jared Kushner will be in Israel on Monday, December 21, where he will meet Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and he will then fly to Morocco the next …

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Netanyahu thanks King Mohammed VI for ‘historic’ deal

A few hours after the tweet of the American president, recognizing the Moroccan character of the Sahara, the head of the Israeli government Benyamin Netanyahu “thanked King Mohammed VI for this historic decision to make peace with Israel”. He also announced the resumption of “direct flights” between the two countries. …

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