Category Archives: Morocco in Indian Press

Nepal, Morocco to form consultation body

   Kathmandu, August 3  The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of the Kingdom of Morocco today signed a memorandum of understanding for formation of a bilateral consultation mechanism.


Morocco looking to diversify cooperation with India

Morocco, fast emerging as north Africa’s economic leader and a major source of phosphates for India, is keen to diversify its cooperation with and is looking forward to a key bilateral meeting in May to boost its partnership, the country’s envoy has said.

8th Jagran Film Festival: Spotlight on Moroccan cinema

The 8th edition of Jagran Film Festival to focus on Moroccan cinema this year

Morocco central bank okays five Islamic financial products

RABAT, March 5 (Reuters) – Morocco’s central bank has approved the use of five types of Islamic banking transaction, giving a final regulatory nod for the country to launch an Islamic finance industry.

Amina Benkhadra: “We want Indian oil companies to invest in the Moroccan hydrocarbons sector”

Vice-President Hamid Ansari is visiting the North African nation of Morocco which has emerged as a key player in the Middle East-North Africa region. Amina Benkhadra, Morocco’s former energy minister and current director-general of the Moroccan National Hydrocarbons and Mining Company, spoke with Rudroneel Ghosh about India-Morocco synergy in hydrocarbons, Morocco hosting the next UN climate summit and what it means to be a woman politician in the Arab world: