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Morocco to host Africa Security Forum


The Moroccan city of Casablanca will host a new edition of Africa Security Forum on October 8-10, organizers announced on Monday.
The 2017 edition will bring together more than 400 participants from 45 different African nations to discuss the Inter-African cooperation in the face of terrorism, radicalization and transnational crime, the president of the forum Driss Benamer told a press conference to shed lights on the forum.
It will feature three main topics, namely terrorism, cyberspace, and new vectors of radicalization; the new challenges of migration and transnational criminality and the Inter-African cooperation and its new challenges, he added.
“The Africa Security Forum, by adopting a broad and comprehensive approach in an open engagement on these problems, hopes to contribute meaningfully to finding innovative answers for our partners and colleagues across the African continent,” he underlined.
The forum is organized by Atlantis Center for Geostrategic Research and Studies, a research body that seeks to develop actionable proposals and actively participate in the ongoing global discourse on social, economic and geostrategic topics from security, stability, and safety perspectives, the Center’s core areas of expertise.


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