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Gabonese president calls for direct trade with Morocco
President Haj Omar Bongo of Gabon said "It is aberrant that (Moroccan) products, such as oranges, tangerines, sardines and shirts transit by other countries before entering Gabon bearing other brands," Haj Omar Bongo said at a meeting in Libreville with Moroccan Prime Minister Abderrahmane Youssoufi.
Morocco-Gabon, Politics, 6/4/1999
Tunisia, Morocco sign administrative cooperation accord
Tunisia and Morocco concluded in Tunis on Thursday an accord providing for enhanced cooperation in all administration-related sectors.
Tunisia-Morocco, Politics, 6/4/1999
New U.N. Sahara envoy meets Moroccan officials
New Special representative of the United Nations Secretary-General for the Sahara, William Eagleton, conferred on Thursday in Rabat with Moroccan Minister of the Interior Driss Basri on the ongoing preparations for holding a self-determination referendum in the Sahara.
Morocco, Politics, 6/4/1999
Morocco, Egypt set up $ 100 million construction firm
Several enterprises, including banks, will participate in the capital of the firm, which amounts to $ 100 million.
Morocco-Egypt, Economics, 6/4/1999
Baghdad Mayor in Morocco
Iraq-Morocco, Politics, 6/4/1999
Morocco Attends El-Salvador New President Swearing-in Ceremony
Morocco-El Salvador, Politics, 6/4/1999
Morocco suspends imports of Belgian poultry products over dioxin
Morocco decided Thursday to suspend all imports of Belgian poultry products after the discovery of the cancer-causing chemical dioxin in animal feed.
Regional-Morocco-Belgium, Health, 6/4/1999
Europe follows closely progress of justice in Morocco
Spanish Ombudsman, Fernando Alvarez de Miranda, said Thursday here that "Europe follows with great interest the reforms ushered in by Morocco in the field of Justice." At a meeting with Moroccan minister of Justice Omar Azziman, De Miranda hailed the sustained efforts made by Morocco to consolidate the rule of law and enhance democracy.
Morocco, Judicial, 6/4/1999
There is no animal epidemic in Morocco
There is no animal epidemic in Morocco, and the isolated cases of Mouth and Feet disease (MFD), which were reported lately, have been controlled, a Moroccan minister said Thursday during the question time at the parliament.
Morocco-European Union, Economics, 6/4/1999
Morocco poised to qualify for African nations football cup
Morocco, Sports, 6/4/1999
Moroccan-Egyptian high joint commission in Rabat on Tuesday
The Moroccan-Egyptian high joint commission will convene its third session in Rabat next Tuesday under the co-chairmanship of King Hassan II and President Husni Mubarak.
Morocco-Egypt, Politics, 6/3/1999
Speaker of Moroccan house of representatives meets Poland's president
Morocco-Poland, Politics, 6/3/1999
Gabon backs Morocco's efforts to hold referendum in Sahara
Gabon said on Wednesday it backs Morocco's efforts to hold a self-determination referendum in the Sahara.
Morocco-Gabon, Politics, 6/3/1999
Morocco, Ivory Coast sign cooperation accords
Morocco-Ivory Coast, 6/3/1999
Tunisian cultural week in Morocco
Morocco, Culture, 6/3/1999
Marrakesh folk arts festival opens on June 11
Regional-Morocco, Culture, 6/3/1999
Tunisia, Morocco trade experience in administrative reform matters
Moroccan minister of the civil service and administrative reform, Aziz El-Hussein, is currently visiting Tunisia for talks with his Tunisian peer on means to upgrade bilateral cooperation
Tunisia-Morocco, Economics, 6/3/1999
French milling professionals in Morocco next week
A delegation of French milling professionals is expected in Morocco next week to enhance cooperation ties with Moroccan peers in matters of flour-milling business and related sectors.
Morocco, Business, 6/3/1999
Morocco's mining, energy and industrial production regress in 1st quarter of 1999
Morocco, Economics, 6/3/1999
Moroccan airliner signs code-sharing accord with Thai airways
Morocco-Thailand, Business, 6/3/1999
Spanish official hails Moroccan child rights observatory
Spanish Ombudsman, Fernando Alvarez De Miranda, hailed on Wednesday the action of the Moroccan Child's Right Observatory.
Morocco, Culture, 6/3/1999
North-south prize awarded to Moroccan premier
The 1999 north-south prize of the European Council's center for world interdependence and solidarity was awarded to Abderrahmane Youssoufi, Morocco's prime minister, and Emma Bonino, former European commissioner in charge of Humanitarian issues.
Morocco, People, 6/2/1999
Thailand's transports minister in Morocco
Thailand's minister of transports and communication, Suthep Thaugsuban, arrived Wednesday here on a three-day work visit to give a new momentum to partnership between the two countries in air transports and related sectors.
Morocco-Thailand, Politics, 6/2/1999
Morocco renews commitment to peace and development in Africa
"Morocco's interest in Africa and its solidarity with African countries is a constant position in its foreign policy," Youssoufi said at an exchange of toasts with Cote D'Ivoire peer, Daniel Kablan Duncan, here on Monday evening.
Morocco-Ivory Coast, Politics, 6/2/1999
King Hassan receives new ambassadors, prays for end of India-Pakistan conflict
King Hassan II received on Tuesday in the royal palace of Rabat a group of newly appointed ambassadors to Morocco who handed him their credentials and received other diplomats who bade him farewell at the end of their mission in Morocco.
Morocco, Politics, 6/2/1999
World bank approves $ 250 mln loan to Morocco
The World Bank board of governors approved on Tuesday a loan worth $ 250 million to support economic and social reforms undertaken by the Moroccan government.
Morocco, Economics, 6/2/1999
Morocco allots $ 10 million to refurbish university campuses
Morocco has allotted more than $ 10 million to refurbish university campuses and improve the nearby environment.
Morocco, Education, 6/2/1999
Morocco and Sweden to sign industrial maintenance agreement
Morocco-Sweden, Economics, 6/2/1999
Mediterranean meeting on human rights in Rabat on Friday
The committee in charge of following up and implementing decisions made by the first meeting of Mediterranean national institutions promoting and protecting human rights will hold a meeting in Rabat next Friday.
Regional-Morocco, Politics, 6/2/1999
Morocco takes part in Mediterranean cinema meeting in Tunisia
Morocco-Regional, Culture, 6/2/1999
Moroccan state and two banks sign conventions to back self-employment
Morocco, Economics, 6/2/1999
Egyptian - Moroccan high committee coming next Tuesday in Rabat
The Egyptian - Moroccan high joint committee will convening its third session under the chairmanship of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and Morocco's King Hassan II in Rabat on June 8 for three days.
Morocco-Morocco, Politics, 6/1/1999
Senegal, Guinea renew backing to Morocco in Sahara issue
Senegal and Guinea renewed over the weekend backing to Morocco's legitimate rights over the Sahara issue. In Senegal --first leg of a tour that Moroccan Premier Abderrahman Youssoufi started over the weekend to five African nations-- Senegalese prime minister, Mamdou Lamine Loum renewed during talks with Youssoufi, his country's commitment with Morocco over the Sahara issue.
Morocco, Politics, 5/31/1999
Morocco, Senegal sign cooperation accords
Morocco and Senegal concluded on Sunday cooperation accords in the fields of sea fisheries, merchant navy and a cooperation protocol between the two countries foreign departments.
Morocco-Senegal, Economics, 5/31/1999
Morocco's tripartite commission in charge of social dialogue will meet early next june
The Moroccan government, employers and major trade unions will hold early next June a new round of meetings to assess the progress made in the implementation of the accords reached last April.
Morocco, Politics, 5/31/1999
Sacred music festival opens in Fez
Spanish Soprano Caballe Montserrat and her daughter Marti opened on Saturday the fifth edition of the Fez sacred music festival, held this year under the theme "Faith, Mysticism and Reason."
Morocco, Culture, 5/31/1999
Morocco's agribusinessmen want to enhance presence in American market
Morocco's farmers and agribusiness professionals are determined to enhance their presence in the American market, Moroccan agriculture minister Habib El Malki said here over the weekend.
Morocco-USA, Economics, 5/31/1999
Maghreban pediatricians plead for reinforcement of medical partnership
Maghreban pediatricians called for the reinforcement of the exchange experiences and coordination of strategies to promote child health in the Maghreb.
Morocco, Health, 5/31/1999
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