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Special Program on Energy Security in Africa & Renewables held in Dakhla

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DAKHLA, MAR 18 (DNA) – A Special Program dedicated to Energy Security in Africa & Renewables is held in Dakhla in the framework of the Crans Montana Forum on Africa and South-South Cooperation. Chaired by Mr. Aziz Rabbah, Minister of Energy, Mining and Sustainable Development of Morocco, this Special Program showcases the ambitious policies undertaken by the Kingdom of Morocco to favor energy access and development of renewables, which represent a model for the Continent. The panel of Speakers includes Mr. Mark Anthony Brantley, Minister of Foreign Affairs of St.Read More


Migration flows management, a priority of the African, International agenda discussed in Dakhla

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DAKHLA, MAR 18 (DNA) – Chaired by Mr. Mohamed Tawfik Mouline, Director General of the Royal Institute for Strategic Studies (Morocco), and moderated by Mrs. Ngo Mang Epesse, President of the Women Environment Covenant, a Session of the Crans Montana Forum on Africa & South-SouthCooperation is held in Dakhla to address the issue of Migration flows management. Africa is currently experiencing an important evolution in terms of internal Migration.  It is therefore more than ever necessary to coordinate innovative actions at the continent level, notably regarding political development, employment andRead More


Asia, Africa Partnerships & Silk Road at the top of the agenda in Dakhla

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DAKHLA, MAR 18 (DNA) – An exceptional International Conference focusing on Asia-Africa Partnerships & the Silk Road is held in Dakhla in the framework of the Crans Montana Forum on Africa & South-South Cooperation. Five years after the launch of the “One Belt, One Road” initiative by the Chinese President Xi Jingping, African Growth is increasingly boosted by global investments and new partnerships with Asia. Meanwhile, Morocco is emerging as a new gateway to the Silk Road thanks to its strategic commercial position between Europe and Africa. Moderated by Mr.Read More


Tomas Zdechovsky, MEP, speaks at Crans Montana Forum in Dakhla

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DAKHLA, MAR 18 (DNA) – Tomas Zdechovsky, Member of the European Parliament, was a Speaker of the Session of the Crans Montana Forum on Africa & South-South Cooperation dedicated to Migration flows management.


Altynbek Mamaiusupov, Secretary General of TURKPA, speaks at Crans Montana Forum in Dakhla

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DAKHLA, MAR 18 (DNA) – Altynbek Mamaiusupov, Secretary General of the Parliamentary Assembly of Turkic-speaking countries (TURKPA), is in Dakhla for the Crans Montana Forum on Africa & South-South Cooperation. He held a Speaking role during the International Conference on Asia-Africa Partnerships & the Silk Road. The Parliamentary Assembly of Turkic-speaking Countries (TÜRKPA) is an International Organization created in 2008 by the Heads of parliaments of Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Turkey, and whose primary mission is to develop a political dialogue and to harmonize the legislations between the Turkic-speaking countries.


Pakistan is happier than India & Afghanistan

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NEW YORK, MAR 18 (DNA) – Pakistan is ranked 75th out of 156 countries in the United Nations ‘World Happiness Report’ 2018. It convincingly edged out India and Afghanistan this year as it progressed five ranks ahead of its previous position in the list. Pakistan was placed at 80th position in ‘World Happiness Report 2017′. Pakistan’s neighboring country Iran, India and Afghanistan scored 106th, 133rd and 145th position respectively on the list. Finland with the top position was declared the ‘happiest’ country in the world. It toppled Norway from itsRead More