Moroccan Sahara"Algeria feeds an obsessive virulence" towards Morocco

“Algeria feeds an obsessive virulence” towards Morocco


A British magazine claims that Algeria harbors an obsessive virulence towards Morocco.

In a recent article, The Economist notes a constant in the official Algerian media, which is “obsessively virulent towards neighboring Morocco, especially since the diplomatic wind could turn against Algeria in its efforts in favor of the Polisario. The British magazine points to “official statements” which “tend to be imbued” with “a mixture of boastfulness and paranoia”.

Algeria broke diplomatic relations with Morocco on August 24, 2021. Almost a month later, on September 22, 2021, it closed its airspace to Moroccan civil and military aircraft and to those with registration numbers. Moroccan. The settlement of the conflict in the Sahara remains one of the points of friction between the two neighboring countries.

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