King Mohammed VI, first foreign leader to call Jordan’s King to voice support

King Mohammed VI held a phone call this Sunday with King Abdullah II of Jordan during which he reassured him of Morocco’s full support for the stability and security in Jordan, a statement from Morocco’s royal office said.   King Read more

Oman, China agree to enhance bilateral cooperation

Oman and China have agreed to improve bilateral cooperation between the two countries including the creation of free trade zone talks with other Gulf Cooperation Council member states, Middle East Monitor, MEMO, reports. The two countries, media outlets also noted, Read more

Turkish ship maker Sanmar Shipyards wins two contracts worth $33.46m in Pakistan

Sanmar, Turkey’s leading tugboat manufacturer, will build four ASD tugboats (LNG compatible) and two pilot boats following an agreement with Pakistan’s Port Qasim Authority, Anadolu news agency reports. The company, the agency notes, citing a statement from Pakistan’s Ministry of Read more

Khartoum signs deal separating religion and State with rebel group

Sudan authorities Sunday signed with rebel Sudan Liberation Movement-North Sector (SPLM-N) on the separation of religion from the State, the second similar agreement signed in September last year. The new signing occurred in South Sudan capital, Juba, and took place Read more

Egypt suspends temporarily navigation through Suez Canal to refloat grounding ship

Egyptian authorities Thursday announced temporal suspension of navigation in the Suez Canal until the completion of flotation work of the stuck vessel. “Admiral Osama Rabie, Chairman and Managing Director of the Suez Canal Authority has announced today; Thursday March 25th, Read more

Erdogan re-elected chairman of ruling party

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan was elected Wednesday for the seventh time leader of the ruling Justice and Development (AKP) Party in the build-up to 2023 elections. Erdogan was nominated the party top leaders for the seventh congress of the Read more