King Mohamed VI, OIF boss meet in northern Morocco

Rabat- Morocco (PANA) -- King Mohamed VI of Morocco and the Secretary General of the International Francophonie Organisation (OIF), Abdou Diouf, on Wednesday held talks on a range of issues in the northern town of Tetouan, an official source has revealed here.
Diouf, a former Senegalese President, is due to preside over the opening Thursday of a two-day meeting of ministers in charge of the new information and communication technologies from the 56 OIF member states.
The meeting would take stock of OIF's contribution to the upcoming World Summit on the Information Society.
The summit comes in two phases - one billed for 10-12 December in Geneva (Switzerland) and the second scheduled for 16-18 November 2005 in Tunis (Tunisia).

03 september 2003 18:54:00

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