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UN Habitat: Morocco elected to Executive Board

Morocco was elected Monday to the UN Habitat Executive Board at its Nairobi general assembly. The Kingdom will occupy one of the 10 seats dedicated to African States. A total of 36 members will sit on the Executive Board, including 10 seats for African states, 8 for Asian and Pacific states, 4 seats for Eastern European states, 6 seats for Latin American states and Caribbean and 8 seats for Western European and other States.

The UN-Habitat Executive Board will hold its first meeting on 30 May in Nairobi. Morocco is represented in this Assembly by a delegation led by the Minister of Urban Planning, Housing and Urban Policy, Abdelahad Fassi Fihri, accompanied by the Secretary of State In charge of the Habitat, Fatna EL-K’hiel.

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