After nearly a decade of negotiations, the European Union granted Morocco advanced status partnership in Luxembourg on October 13. The new status will lead to more investments and security cooperation. Moroccan Foreign Minister Tayeb Fassi al-Fihri stated that the unprecedented decision shows the E.U.’s confidence in Morocco’s ability to reform. Click here fore more.
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