Youssef Amrani has been accredited to the European Union

The Moroccan ambassador to the European Union, Youssef Amrani, will finally be able to take up his duties in the Belgian capital. According to our information, his accreditation has been validated by the European authorities.

Youssef Amrani, the Moroccan ambassador to the EU who was chosen by H.M. King Mohammed VI, could shortly start working in that role after the European Union confirmed his accreditation. These specific details were obtained from “Afrique Intelligence,” which disseminates them based on information gathered from European authorities.

The new Ambassador of the Kingdom to the EU, was appointed on October 18, by the Sovereign after heading the Moroccan diplomatic mission in South Africa. He succeeds Ahmed Rahhou, the current president of the Competition Council.

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