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IMF welcomes Morocco’s efforts for social welfare

The head of the mission of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), responsible for Morocco, Roberto Cardarelli, praised the Kingdom’s efforts to generalize social welfare to all Moroccans. “Staff commends the authorities for their determined efforts to expand social assistance this year,” Cardarelli said at a press conference to present the …

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Morocco acquires TPS-77 MRR radars from Lockheed Martin

Morocco wants to secure its air territory and prevent any external attack. As such, the Kingdom has signed a new contract to strengthen the surveillance capacities of its TPS-77 MRR radars. It is the most modern version of the radars manufactured by the American security giant Lockheed Martin. In Morocco, …

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UAE to open Consulate General in Laayoune, Morocco

The normalization of relations between the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Morocco is taking shape. This is evidenced by Abu Dhabi’s determination to open a consulate general in Laayoune. An announcement made by Crown Prince Mohamed Ben Zayed to King Mohammed VI during a telephone conversation on Monday, October 27, …

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Oxfam criticizes European migration policies in Morocco

The standards for the protection of migrants in North Africa are proving to be weak, as a consequence of European migration policies which have been anchored in the southern shore of the Mediterranean. Dedicated largely to Morocco, a recent Oxfam study analyzes the situation. In the Mediterranean region, migration policies …

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Morocco: Burkina Faso opens consulate general in Dakhla

Burkina Faso opened, this Friday, October 23, 2020, a consulate general in Dakhla. It thus join other African countries whose consulates are already open in the Moroccan Sahara region. The inauguration ceremony of the Brkina Faso consulate was co-chaired by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans living …

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Spain worried about the rise of the Moroccan army

Madrid is concerned about the new military agreement between the United States and Morocco. Spain, which is unable to renew its arsenal, fears that the balance of power will change, with the possible delivery to Morocco of the F-35, the most expensive and the most efficient aircraft in the world. …

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