The Confederation of African Rugby and the Ministry of National Education, Primary Education and Sports confirmed today, Thursday, in a joint statement, that the Executive Office of the Confederation of African Rugby has unanimously decided to lift the suspension of the Royal Moroccan Rugby University.
The communication highlighted that the Executive Office of the African Rugby Union “officially announced the re-joining of the Royal Moroccan Rugby University and its full membership within the Confederation of African Rugby.”
The same source quoted the President of the African Rugby Confederation, Herbert Mensah, as saying, “We are pleased with Morocco’s return, and we believe that it will quickly regain its legitimate position among the best countries in rugby in Africa. We also express our sincere gratitude to the Minister of National Education, Primary Education and Sports of the Kingdom of Morocco for his valuable contribution.” In resolving this situation.”
For his part, the Minister of National Education, Primary Education and Sports, Chakib Ben Moussa, highlighted that the decision of the Confederation of African Rugby to lift the suspension of the Royal Moroccan Rugby University “represents an important step for rugby in Morocco.”
He added, “We are committed to making every effort to raise Morocco’s status to the ranks of the major rugby countries in Africa,” expressing his “sincere thanks to the new president, Herbert Mensah, who has made the issue of lifting sanctions on Morocco one of his main priorities since taking office.”
It is noteworthy that the Confederation of African Rugby, which is the governing body for rugby in Africa and one of the regional universities affiliated with the International Rugby Federation, includes the 15 African countries that practice rugby, rugby 7, and women’s rugby.
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