Staff, 2022-11-12 06:38:53,
The need to push forward on a multidimensional approach to peace in Africa, known as the “Tangier Process”, was suggested on behalf of Minister Bourita. In welcoming this suggestion, Ambassador Muchanga added the need for a scorecard on performance. The need for such concretisation cannot be over-emphasised.
I had chosen an aisle seat in order to have easier access to the toilet. So, as the Royal Air Maroc Boeing 777 code shared with Qatar Airways landed, I did not have the opportunity of seeing Casablanca from the air.
The Mohammed VI International Airport is by far superior to the Murtala Mohammed International Airport. Aside from its infrastructural sophistication, the Moroccan officials were courteously welcoming. This welcoming spirit was my default experience throughout my stay in Morocco. As we collected our checked-in luggage, we descended one stair using functional lifts, to the Airport train station. Without hassles, we bought our tickets for Tangiers and were advised to change trains at Casa Voyageurs, two stations away.
At Casa Voyageurs, the lifts worked, helping a very tired me change platforms almost effortlessly, albeit with the assistance of my very good friend, Bunmi Makinwa. I had used les trains à grand vitesse (TGV) a.k.a. High-Speed Train from London to Brussels during my UN days. I honestly was not expecting one in Morocco. In two hours, ten minutes, we covered 338-kilometres with two stops for those going to Rabat and…
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