Mauritanie/Mali – Fermeture de la frontière entre les deux pays

25/03/2020 – Dans un communiqué rendu public ce mardi 24 Mars 2020 et dont une copie est parvenue à l’Agence Mauritanienne d’Information (AMI), le ministère de l’Intérieur et de la Décentralisation a annoncé la fermeture de la frontière entre notre pays et la République du Mali. Cette mesure a été décidée en commun accord par les deux présidents des deux pays. Continuer à lire … « Mauritanie/Mali – Fermeture de la frontière entre les deux pays »

Council of Saudi Chambers to Organize Saudi-Mauritanian Business Meeting Next Sunday

02/01/2020- The Council of Saudi Chambers will organize the Saudi-Mauritanian Business Meeting which will be attended by Chairman of the Council of Saudi Chambers Dr. Sami bin Abdullah Al-Obeidi and President of the Mauritanian National Employers’ Union Mohamed Zain El-Abidine.
The meeting will address investment opportunities available in Mauritania.


Sahe-Elite (Bamako-Mali)

Germany ponders bigger troop mandate in Africa’s Sahel

29/12/2019 – Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer said she supports sending more troops to Africa’s Sahel. Although France already has a strong deployment, they’ve asked for support and Germany cannot « duck away » from the region, she said. Continuer à lire … « Germany ponders bigger troop mandate in Africa’s Sahel »

Morocco, Mauritania Signal Warming Relations With FM Visit

27/12/2019 – Since the election of Mauritania’s new president, Mohamed Ould Cheikh El Ghazouani, in July, relations between Morocco and Mauritania have improved significantly.

Morocco’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation, and Moroccan Expatriates Nasser Bourita met with his Mauritanian counterpart, Smael Ould Cheikh Ahmed, on Friday, December 20, at the eighth African Students and Youth Summit in Rabat. Continuer à lire … « Morocco, Mauritania Signal Warming Relations With FM Visit »

BP confirms gas resources offshore Mauritania, Senegal

19/12/2019 – UK-based oil and gas company BP has confirmed the potential of gas resources during its three-well drilling campaign offshore Mauritania and Senegal.

BP stated that the GTA-1, Yakaar-2 and Orca-1 appraisal wells drilled in 2019, encountered 160m of net pay. These three wells targeted nine hydrocarbon-bearing zones and found gas in all nine. Continuer à lire … « BP confirms gas resources offshore Mauritania, Senegal »

Libya / Mauritania – President of Mauritania: Fighting Terrorism in Africa Requires Solution to Libyan Crisis

19/11/2019 – President Mohamed Weld Al Ghazwani of Mauritania said the world is scene of widespread opinions sceptical of UN Capability and its vital role in the world. ‘Fighting terrorism requires a solution to the crisis in Libya, to restore peace and stability in the entire region, Al Ghazwani said remarks before the Dakar Forum for Peace and Security in Africa, which kicked off here on Monday.

The President indicated that there were a number of initiatives aimed at achieving peace and stability in the region such the Group 5 in the Sahel region, Nouakchott Track and Economic Community Initiative of West Africa, explaining the challenges faced by these initiatives in a space of multiple threats and complexities. He welcomed the initiative brought forward by Germany and France in August within what is known as Partnership for Peace and Stability in the Sahel Region which involves extension of terrorism combating effort in the Sahel region to include west African countries.



Mali – Chinese envoy calls on Malians to engage in national dialogue

10/10/2019 – Chinese envoy on Tuesday called on parties in Mali to engage in an inclusive national dialogue in pursuit of peace and reconciliation. »All parties in Mali should seize the opportunity of the national dialogue to work together for peace and development in the country and peacefully resolve their differences through consultations, » Wu Haitao, China’s deputy permanent representative to the United Nations, told the Security Council. Continuer à lire … « Mali – Chinese envoy calls on Malians to engage in national dialogue »