All what happens and concerns the africans countries and the Sahara issue

President Salva Kiir Says There is no Parallel Between Western Sahara and South Sudan

President of the Republic of South Sudan, Salva Kiir Mayardit, said that the “issue of Sahara is different in its genesis, legal and political background from that of South Sudan,” hailing “Morocco

Kenya’s Amina Mohamed Ignores Algeria’s African Migrants Rights Abuses to Get AU Top Job

Neither the outgoing African Union Commission (AU) chief Nkosazana Dhlamini-Zuma of South Africa, nor the leading candidate to replace her Amina Mohamed commented on Algeria’s callous mass and summary deportation of African migrants to Niger.

Morocco Denounces AU Chairperson Dlamini-Zuma for Delaying Morocco’s Re-Entry
Addis-Ababa Supports Morocco’s Decision to Rejoin African Union

Ethiopia supports the decision of Morocco to rejoin the African Union (AU) as early as the next AU Summit, to be held in January 2017.


African Union: Nasser Bourita Denounces Algerian Sabotage in Addis Ababa

Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Nasser Bourita thinks the process of Morocco’s reintegration into the African Union has taken so long because of insider sabotage within the organization, reports

Western Sahara: COP22 is Chance for Morocco to Sway Nigeria, Expose South Africa

Moroccan officials are notorious for squandering all the ripe diplomatic opportunities when their country host key international conferences. Will COP-22 be different?


Why Morocco Is Investing in Africa

In a historic speech in the Senegalese capital Dakar Sunday, Moroccan King Mohammed VI laid out his country’s commitment to the continent of Africa, and strategy of integration and support for the aspirations of its people.


The Significance of King Mohammed VI’s Historic Speech in Dakar

King Mohammed VI delivered a landmark speech on Sunday, November 6 on the 41th anniversary of the Green March. That is historic and unprecedented in Moroccan history.


A new perspective: Morocco’s King Mohammed VI recasts the Sahara issue in fresh light

This past Sunday, Morocco’s King Mohammed VI delivered his annual speech to mark the 41st anniversary of the Green March.

Tanzania in Favor of a Mutually Acceptable Political Solution for Western Sahara issue

 According to a statement released by the MAP, following King Mohamed VI’s visit to Tanzania from October 23 to the 25, the Tanzanian President has expressed his support for a fair, lasting and mut

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