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Morocco and the Security Council

Morocco’s third mandate in the Security Council reflects its unwavering commitment to multilateralism as a fundamental framework for the preservation of peace and security.  This is an opportunity for Morocco to reaffirm its commitment to the irreversible culmination of efforts by the United Nations to address the growing challenges and adapt to major mutations, to which they are confronted.  

Morocco was elected on october 21st 2011, receiving 151 votes in the first round of voting, to serve on one of the three African Seats of the Security Council for the term 2012-2013 .  Morocco is also the only Arab voice on the Security Council.  Morocco has previously served two terms on the Council (1963-1964, 1992-1993).

 
 
Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Morocco, addresses the Security Council meeting on peace and security in the Middle East 26 September 2012 Youssef Amrani, Minister deleguate for foreign affairs and cooperation of Morocco at the security council
Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Morocco, addresses the Security Council meeting  on peace and security in the Middle East 26 September 2012
Youssef Amrani, Minister delegate for foreign affairs and cooperation of Morocco
at the security council
   
Mohammed Loulichki, Permanent Representative of Morocco, adressing the Security Council Morocco's election to the UNSC
Mohammed Loulichki, Permanent Representative of Morocco,
adressing the Security Council
Morocco's election to the UNSC