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China and Morocco established diplomatic relations in November 1958. Over the past 43 years the political relations between China and Morocco have been developing steadily and smoothly. The two countries share the close or similar views on many international issues. Morocco supports China's stand on Taiwan, human rights and other issues, speaks highly of China's resumption of sovereignty over Hong Kong according to the principle of "one country, two systems" and admires China's successful reform and opening-up policy. Morocco is willing to further its relations with China. In 1996, China and Morocco signed the agreement on holding regular political consultation between the two foreign ministries.

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Morocco Diplomatica Magazine Interviews Chinese Ambassador
Xu Jinghu

To mark the International Women's Day, Morocco’s Diplomatica Magazine recently published a special issue featuring women’s issues. Xu Jinghu, Chinese ambassador to Morocco, being the only female foreign ambassador in Morocco, received the magazine’s exclusive interview. She addressed following questions on the current state and future development of China-Morocco relationship:


1. Q: Your Excellency, how do you look at China-Morocco relations’ development since you arrived here two years ago?

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French Islamic philosopher Garaudy dies at 98 y.o
Roger Garaudy (Rajaa Garaudy as Islamic name)

Roger Garaudy, a French communist intellectual who denied that the Nazis used gas chambers to kill Jews during World War II, has died aged 98.
An ex-member of the communist party, he converted to Islam in the 1980s. His 1996 book The Founding Myths of Israeli Politics denied that the killing of Jews by the Nazis constituted genocide.

During the war Garaudy joined the French Resistance and later wrote more than 50 books - mainly on political philosophy, Marxism, and Islam.

He was expelled from the French Communist Party in 1970 after criticising the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia.

Born into a Catholic family, he initially converted to Protestantism before rejoining the Catholic Church, Judisme and eventually embracing Islam since 70`s. Read more »

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