Bouznika’s Inter-Libyan Dialogue, ‘Real Opportunity’ to Put an End to Long Conflict

Bouznika, (MOFA) - The inter-Libyan dialogue sessions, the second round of which is currently taking place in Bouznika with a view to reaching a political solution to the Libyan crisis, constitute "a real opportunity to put a definitive end to this long conflict," said Monday the acting UN envoy to Libya, Stephanie Williams. In a... Continue Reading →

Morocco orders COVID-19 vaccine as cases approach 100,000

This article was originally published on Nasdaq, on September 18, 2020. Morocco on Friday signed a deal with Russia's R-Pharm to buy a COVID-19 vaccine produced under a licence from Britain’s AstraZeneca, the health ministry said, as its total number of cases approached 100,000. The Ministry did not provide details on the cost and quantity... Continue Reading →

China’s economic loss could be Morocco’s gain

This article was originally published on DW, on July 15, 2020. Morocco stands to benefit as European firms, hurt by COVID-19, look to shorten their supply chains. But gains could be limited given European businesses' penchant for efficiency and low costs that China offers.  The coronavirus pandemic has exposed the overreliance of European companies and... Continue Reading →

Morocco prepares to reopen borders in July

This article was originally published on Morocco World News, on June 27, 2020. Morocco’s land, air, and sea borders are expected to reopen in July, following the country’s nationwide state of emergency that is set to conclude on July 10. After months of adhering to protective measures to curb the spread of COVID-19, Morocco is strategically... Continue Reading →

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