Tag: Mustapha El Khalfi

Morocco-Africa: Cabinet Council adopts bill on AfCFTA

February 22, 2019

he Moroccan Cabinet Council adopted Thursday at its weekly meeting Bill 11.19 ratifying the agreement establishing the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA), signed in ... Read More

Migration: Rabat, Madrid deny any deal allowing Spanish rescue boats to dock in Moroccan ports

February 21, 2019

Morocco and Spain have both flatly denied the reports circulated by some Spanish media alleging that the two countries have reached an agreement, allowing Spanish ... Read More

Morocco Condemns Polisario’s New Incursion into Buffer Zone

October 19, 2018

Morocco on Thursday condemned Thursday the incursion of armed elements of the polisario in Mijek, a locality east of the Moroccan defense system, in a ... Read More

Moroccan Govt Spokesperson Debunks in Washington Polisario’s Allegations

April 23, 2018

Government Spokesperson, Mustapha El Khalfi took part at a meeting in Washington Press Club during which he debunked a set of allegations continuously used by ... Read More

Morocco’s Crop Year Bodes Well in 2017- Official

May 26, 2017

The outlook for the 2017 crop year bodes well for Morocco with a total cereal output reaching 102 million quintals, i.e. a 203% rise compared ... Read More

Polisario Loses Support of 43 Countries around the Globe

May 12, 2017

Support for the Algerian-sponsored separatist thesis in the Moroccan Sahara is waning as 43 countries have over the last years withdrawn their recognition of the ... Read More

Morocco Freezes all Contacts with European Institutions over a Court Ruling

February 26, 2016

Morocco has decided to suspend all contacts with European institutions and notably with the European Commission and the European Parliament in reaction to a court ... Read More

Moroccan official upbeat about launch of Private TV Channels Soon

December 25, 2014

Moroccan communication minister seemed upbeat about the launch of private TV networks very soon, saying he is convinced that it is high time for Morocco ... Read More