Mohammed Loulichki

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Mohammed Loulichki (born 1952 in Fes) is a Moroccan diplomat. He was Morocco's Permanent Representative to the United Nations in New York between November 2008 and 14 April 2014.[1]

Loulichki has also been the Permanent Representative of Morocco to the United Nations in Geneva and the Moroccan ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, and Hungary.[2]

In December 2012, Loulichki was the President of the United Nations Security Council.[2]

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