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.