Tag Archives: Mohammed VI

Sahara: Rabat announces unilateral withdrawal from Gueguarat buffer zone

Morocco has decided to proceed with the unilateral withdrawal of its armed forces from the buffer zone separating the Gueguerat border post from Mauritania on Sunday, February 6, in response…

Rapprochement of Standpoints of Rabat, Juba on Moroccan Sahara

The two-day official visit King Mohammed VI paid to South Sudan this Friday 1-2 enabled to bring closer the standpoints of Rabat and Juba over the territorial conflict between Morocco…

Mohammed VI’s Campaign Crowned with Morocco’s Readmission within AU  

Morocco is officially member of the African Union (AU) as of this Monday January 30, 2017, following the broad support extended to the Kingdom’s application. Thirty-nine countries out of the…

MINURSO Proves its Sluggishness Regarding Polisario’s Maneuvers

The United Nations Mission in Western Sahara (MINURSO) is seemingly losing its credibility because of its complacency regarding the Polisario’s new provocative maneuvers in the buffer zone, contiguous to the…

Black Sub-Saharan Migrants Victim of Manhunt in Algeria  

Algerian authorities have been conducting over the past few days a genuine manhunt against black sub-Saharan migrants stranded in Algeria. Unlike Morocco, which has regularized the situation of thousands of…