Tag: Stephane Dujarric

UN: Moroccan Activist Appointed to Sexual Exploitation Advisory Board

February 20, 2019

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres announced on Tuesday, Feb.19, the appointment of Moroccan activist Najat M’jid and six other expert members to the Civil Society Advisory ... Read More

UN Secretary General Condemns Attack on Moroccan Peacekeepers in CAR

May 10, 2017

UN Secretary General vigorously condemned the attack on a convoy of the UN peacekeeping mission in the Central African Republic (CAR) known as The United ... Read More

Libya: UN Chief Defends Choice for Salam Fayyad as UNSMIL Head, Israel Rejoices at U.S. Objection

February 13, 2017

UN Chief has defended the choice of former Palestinian Premier Salam Fayyad as Head of UN Special Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) following objection by the ... Read More

Morocco Completes Asphalt Paving of Guergarat Road

September 10, 2016

Following a successful anti-smuggling operation to clear the border area of Guerguerat from all sorts of illegal commercial activities, Morocco completed the asphalting of the ... Read More

Ban Ki-Moon Attempts to Defuse Tension with Morocco, Regrets ‘Misunderstandings’ over Occupation Comment

March 29, 2016

In an attempt to defuse the tension that recently flared up between the United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon and Morocco, the UN Chief on ... Read More

Turkey: World has no idea how to end Syrian war, PM Davutoglu

March 6, 2015

“Unfortunately, the international community did not have a Plan A until now…forget plan B.” These were the words of Turkish Prime Minster Ahmet Davutoglu about ... Read More

Middle Eastern Conflicts and Ebola Outbreak Hamper UN Development Goals

September 22, 2014

UNITED NATIONS – “The current crisis in South Sudan, Iraq, and Syria and the outbreak of Ebola are stretching the abilities of the United Nations,” ... Read More