Morocco in a Week: Reading some of the contents of the Spanish newspapers

Morocco in a Week: Reading some of the contents of the Spanish newspapers

And we start with El Pais newspaper, which wrote an enticing article about the city of Essaouira, where it was headlined “Essaouira, the majestic city on the coast of Morocco.” The article confirms the unique diversity of the city, which combines the European atmosphere, cultural diversity, and historical distinction that is considered a world heritage. The Moroccan city is an inspiration for musicians and filmmakers, and is now a haven for windsurfers and the stage for major music festivals.

In an interesting article, La Razon journalist raised the issue of Mount Tropic, which is close to the Canary Islands and is rich in minerals, especially energy, and asked about the strategic energy importance of this mountain for the two queens.

It revealed that this region contains important elements of energy found in minerals, which are crucially an important source in the new energy transition.

The Spanish News Agency (EFE) confirmed that Morocco and Spain will conduct a new experiment in the coming days for the commercial customs centers in the occupied cities of Ceuta and Melilla. This agreement came after the meeting of the Moroccan-Spanish committee last Wednesday in Madrid.

We read in A, B, S (ABC) newspaper that the Spanish Prime Minister, Pedro Sanchez, does not want to disturb his neighbor, Morocco. He calls for maintaining good relations with him, and understands well the Moroccan position regarding regional waters. Despite the opposition’s pressing questions in Parliament, he confirms his permanent position.

And to the El Faro de ceuta newspaper, which is specialized in the occupied city of Ceuta, where it indicated that the occupied city of Ceuta will host, on June 1 and 2, a conference entitled “Migration as a Weapon: Morocco, Spain and the Sahara, two years after the migration crisis in Ceuta in 2021″. The event is jointly organized by the Faculty of Law of the University of Cádiz (UCA), UNED University Centers in Occupied Ceuta and Melilla, Aula del Estrecho University and the Center for International and European Studies of the Straits Region.

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