Arab League Chief to visit Morocco
Arab League Secretary General Amr Moussa is expected next week in Morocco for an official two-day visit, a Moroccan diplomatic source in Cairo announced.
Moussa is to meet with several Moroccan officials, including foreign affairs and cooperation minister, Mohamed Benaissa, according to MAP news agency.
The Arab League head will visit Morocco in the framework of a tour to several Arab capitals, meant to “shore up Arab joint action” in wake of recent regional developments, the official agency said.
He will also deal with Morocco's participation in the Arab-American forum, to be held next September in Detroit.
Following Morocco, Moussa is expected to visit Mauritania. (Albawaba.com)
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