Tuesday, October 25, 2016  
Rwanda Supports Morocco’s Decision to Regain African Union
| 10/24/2016
Rwanda is committed to "work towards speedy and unconditional admission of the Kingdom of Morocco in its pan-African institutional family, as early as next AU Summit"

Rwanda’s President, Paul Kagame, hailed Morocco’s decision to regain its natural and legitimate place within the African Union (AU), reiterating his country’s commitment to work so that the admission of the Kingdom to its pan-African institutional family would be a reality as of the next AU Summit.


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| 10/24/2016
Tanzania supports Morocco's return to the African Union (MFA)
Tanzania "supports" Morocco's return to the African Union (AU), said Tanzanian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Augustine Mahiga, who said that his country and  Africa will benefit from the return of the Kingdom in view the experience and expertise it has accumulated in several key areas.
| 10/18/2016
Morocco Defies Algeria to Contest Number of 30,000 People in Tindouf Camps
Unique case in the world of registration refusal which facilitated misuse of aid and violation by Algeria of 1951 Geneva Convention and UN resolutions

Ambassador of Morocco to the United Nations in New York, Omar Hilale, challenged Algeria before the 4th UN Committee of the General Assembly, to contest the figure of 30,000 people living in the Tindouf camps and, accepting registration and census.
| 10/13/2016
MEPs Opposed to Silence of Commission on Misuse of Humanitarian Aid by Polisario and Algeria
MEPs spoke out against the silence of the European Commission regarding the misue of humanitarian aid by Polisario, revealed by the report of the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF), published in 2015.



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