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Moroccan Diplomacy in Africa: The King Succeeds where Diplomats Struggle

 King Mohammed VI’s successful visits to African countries, including his current stops in Rwanda, Tanzania and Ethiopia, are indications of the Monarch’s profound interest in the region and footprints of his foreign policy agenda.

 

Political Ramifications of King Mohammed VI’s East Africa Tour

Morocco’s King Mohammed VI has begun a tour to the East African countries of Rwanda, Ethiopia, and Tanzania, marking the king’s first tour to the region since his coronation in 1999.

 

AU, not UN, Appropriate Arena for Diplomatic Battle over Western Sahara

The policy of the empty chair observed by Morocco for more than thirty years in Africa has left room to Algeria and its protégé, the Polisario, to extend their influence in the continent, particularly at the level of the African Union (AU.)

 

The African Dream of King Mohammed VI

The Moroccan King’s visit to Rawanda, Tanzania and Ethiopia has been hailed as “historic” by east African media. The Tanzanian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Augustine Mahiga, said that it is the first time his Country is visited by a Monarch.

 

Senegal Supports Morocco’s Autonomy Plan for the Sahara

The autonomy plan presented by Morocco provides an appropriate framework for a lasting solution to the dispute over the Sahara, Deputy Permanent Representative of the Republic of Senegal to the Uni

Cote d’Ivoire Hails Morocco's efforts, Reiterates "Strong Support" to Autonomy Plan

Cote d’Ivoire hailed Thursday in New York efforts made by Morocco to settle the artificial dispute over the Moroccan Sahara and reiterated its strong support to the autonomy plan presented by the K

Japan-Africa Summit: Rabat Thwarts Polisario’s Attempts to Attend Summit

Moroccan diplomacy has succeeded in smashing attempts by unfriendly countries which have tried to impose the pseudo-Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) as participant in the sixth edition of th

Morocco’s Return to AU, the illustration of its commitment to Africa, King Mohammed VI

King Mohammed VI affirmed that Morocco has given Africa top priority in its foreign policy and that Morocco is in the center of Africa; and that Africa holds a special place in Moroccans’ hearts.

Love for a Continent and Peace to the World

Each August 20, Moroccans commemorate the return of the late Sultan Mohammad V from his exile to Madagascar by French colonial authorities.

Morocco Should Return to the African Union Notwithstanding RASD Membership

In a speech delivered on the seventeenth anniversary of his coronation known as Throne Day, King Mohammed VI stressed Morocco’s willingness to return to the African Union to defend its strategic interests from within the African organization.

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