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Nasser Bourita

Date of Birth: 27 May 1969
Place of Birth: Taounate, Morocco

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Migration politics

Morocco's Foreign Minister Nasser Bourita called the visa decision 'unjustified' saying that his country 'has always acted responsibly on the issue of illegal migration'...


How far can they fall (out)?

Lamamra said the move was triggered by Morocco's burgeoning relations with Israel whose Foreign Minister Yair Lapid visited the kingdom in mid-month committing with his Moroccan counterpart Nasser Bourita 'to open embassies in the coming months'...

Spain feels M6's fury

But such is the Palace's control over international relations and Foreign Minister Nasser Bourita's loyalty to M6 rather than Othmani that the spats with Spain and Germany (and stern reminders to France over Morocco's big contribution to its security by monitoring jihadist groups) could only have been ordered from the top...

The King's quiet gong

In the disputed Western Sahara a US delegation led by Assistant Secretary of State for Middle East and North Africa David Schenker joined Foreign Minister Nasser Bourita on 10 January to visit the site of a planned American consulate-general in Dakhla...

King reaps Saharan dividend

More influential on many sensitive dossiers than urbane Foreign Affairs Minister Nasser Bourita – who was also involved in courting Washington with meetings with Kushner and his wife Ivanka Trump – Mansouri discussed normalisation with his Israeli counterpart Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's trusted Mossad chief Yossi Cohen (AC Vol 60 No 14 Lobbying pays off for Bourita)...

Unrest simmers over economy and Covid

French Foreign Affairs Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian's third visit this year to Algiers on 15 October did not go unnoticed and will encourage Foreign Minister Nasser Bourita to come up with an even more proactive Moroccan regional response...

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Colonels concede – but not much

Algeria made sure its scrupulously courteous ambassador Boualem Chebihi was among the first to hail the transition now set in motion and Morocco sent its Foreign Minister Nasser Bourita to Bamako with a similar message: he argued that this transitional government even in its current incomplete state is something Rabat can work with...

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