Mohamed Loulichki

Mr. Loulichki has an extensive experience of 40 years in diplomacy and legal affairs. He assumed inter alia the functions of Head of the Department of Legal Affairs and Treaties in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He was also Ambassador of Morocco in Hungary, Bosnia – Herzegovina and Croatia (1995-1999), Ambassador Coordinator of the Government of Morocco with MINURSO (1999 – 2001), Ambassador of Morocco to the United Nations in Geneva (2006-2008) and New York (2001-2003 and 2008-2014), as well as President of the Security Council (December 2014).

Mr. Loulichki was appointed President of the Counter-Terrorism Committee of the Security Council (2013), President of the working Group on Peace Keeping Operations (2012), Vice-President of the Human Rights Council (2006), Facilitator of the Universal Periodic Review of the said Council (2006 and 2010) and President of the National Committee in charge of the follow up on nuclear matters (2003-2006).

 

Works by this author

Les Enjeux et la Symbolique de la “Table Ronde” Dans le Réglement des Conflits Internationaux: Les Cas du Vietnam et du Sahara /Stakes and Symbolism of the "Round Table" in the Settlement of International Conflicts: The Cases of Vietnam and the Sahara

La Position de l’Union Africaine sur la Question du Sahara : le Début d’un Changement / African Union Stance on the Sahara Issue: Incipient Change

African Union Stance on the Sahara Issue: Incipient Change

L’intangibilité des Frontières Africaines à l’épreuve des Réalités Contemporaines / The Intangibility of Borders in the Face of Contemporary Realities

Lorsque la Politique occulte l’indépendance de la Justice sud-africaine / When Politics darkens the Independence of South African Justice

When Politics darkens the Independence of South African Justice

The Determinants of Private Sector Performance Medium Scale Tourism Firms