Daily Archives: June 29, 2020

Covid-19: 238 New Confirmed Cases in Morocco, 12,290 in Total (Ministry)

Rabat – Two hundred and thirty-eight (238) new cases of infection with the new coronavirus (Covid-19) and 93 recoveries have been recorded in Morocco in the last 24 hours, the ministry of Health announced.   This new figure brings to 12,290 the number of contaminations in the Kingdom since the first case reported on March

Covid-19: Repatriation of New Group of Moroccans Stranded in France

Paris – As part of the repatriation operations of citizens stranded abroad due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Morocco organized on Monday a new flight between Paris and Marrakesh.   This humanitarian operation, ensured by a Royal Air Maroc (RAM) flight, involved a total of 155 passengers. This flight, which follows a series of repatriations last

Travel Receipts: Record of 78.8 Bln MAD in 2019, Report

Rabat – Travel receipts reached a record 78.8 billion dirhams in 2019, after the amount of 73 bln dirhams recorded a year earlier, according to the Exchange Office.   France held the first place in 2019 as a country issuing travel receipts with 25.7 billion dirhams, that is a share of 32.6%, said the Office

EBRD Names BOA As Most Active Partner Bank In 2019

Casablanca – The Bank Of Africa (BOA) has been named by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) as “Most Active Partner Bank in Morocco in 2019” as part of its Trade Facilitation Program.   This program, which offers a wide range of products, aims to promote international trade between the EBRD’s countries of

Covid-19: 196 New Cases in Morocco, Total Rises to 12,248 – Health Ministry

Rabat – A total of 196 new cases of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) were recorded in Morocco until Monday at 10 a.m., bringing the total number of covid-19 cases in the kingdom to 12,248, the ministry of Health says on its website “www.covidmaroc.ma”.   According to the same source, 50 new recoveries were registered over

Royal Initiative Towards African Countries Shows ‘Real Leadership’ – Guatemalan Newspaper

Guatemala City – The initiative of HM King Mohammed VI to send medical aid to several African countries to support their efforts in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic is “a perfect example of intra-African solidarity and shows real leadership,” according to Guatemalan newspaper “Prensa Libre”.   “Although the Kingdom of Morocco is also facing

Moroccan Medical Aid Reflects the Kingdom’s ‘Soft Power’ in Africa – Rwandan Analyst

Kigali – The medical aid sent by Morocco to several African countries, following the high instructions of HM King Mohammed VI, reflects the Kingdom’s “Soft Power” in Africa, said Monday executive director of the Rwandan Center for Economic and Political Priorities (CEPP), Alexis Nkurunziza.   “Morocco’s foreign policy, at all times, attaches paramount importance to