The Region of Fez-Meknes is one of the twelve regions of Morocco. Its capital is Fez, and its population was 4,236,892 (2014). The country's current president is Mohand Laenser, and its current wali is Said Zniber.
The Region of Fez-Meknes was created into one by the union of two significant regions, Fez-Boulemane and Meknes-Tafilalet.
The Region is positioned at the center of national economic and demographic exchanges, making it a new emerging pole, thanks to its geostrategic significance.
Fès-Meknes was formed in September 2015 by merging Fès-Boulemane with the prefecture of Meknès and the provinces of El Hajeb and Ifrane (in Meknès-Tafilalet region) and the provinces of Taounate and Taza (in Taza-Al Hoceima-Taounate region).
The region of Fès-Meknes contains seven provinces and two prefectures:
El Hajeb Province
Moulay Yacoub Province