The moroccan press
Morocco has become in the last five years a "green leader" country and an example for other developing countries, said Serbian paper "Dobrevesti".
The paper highlighted the outcome of the last conference on climate change in Marrakech (COP22), an exceptional opportunity for Morocco to present the results of its economic progress and its ecological achievements.
In this regard, the paper recalled Morocco's efforts in the area of green energy, through the removal of subsidies for fossil fuels and its concentration on renewable energies.
The United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African Republic (MINUSCA) has strongly condemned the attack that targeted a convoy of Moroccan peacekeepers, on Tuesday afternoon about 60 km west of the town of Obo (Central African Republic).
Two soldiers, including an officer, belonging to the contingent of the Royal Moroccan Armed Forces (FAR) of the MINUSCA, were killed and another soldier wounded in the armed attack.
The United Nations extended, on Wednesday, condolences to Morocco following the death of two Moroccan soldiers belonging to the contingent of the Royal Moroccan Armed Forces (FAR) of the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African Republic (MINUSCA) in an armed attack, on Tuesday near the town of Bria.
"We extend our condolences to the people and government of Morocco," said Farhan Haq, a UN spokesman at the daily press briefing.
Morocco has "much to offer " to the Comoros and the African Union, said, Wednesday in Rabat, visiting Comorian minister of State, Justice, Islamic Affairs, Public Administrations and Human Rights, Fahmi Said Ibrahim.
"We are convinced that Morocco has much to offer to the Comoros and also to the African Union," the Comorian official told the press after a meeting with Moroccan Interior minister, Mohamed Hassad.
"We look forward to this country’s return to the African Union because cooperation between our countries needs the Moroccan expertise and knowledge," he said.
The Party of Progress and Socialism (PPS) has no objection to the formation of the new government from the majority parties before the Oct. 7 elections, PPS Secretary General Mohamed Nabil Benabdellah said Wednesday in Rabat.