Moroccan SaharaNasser Bourita: "Algerian hostility is not linked to Moroccan-Israeli...

Nasser Bourita: “Algerian hostility is not linked to Moroccan-Israeli relations”


In response to a question about taking Algeria’s position on the resumption of Moroccan-Israeli relations, Bourita explained that it is simply an alibi and that it could have been credible “if Algiers had acted the same way with Bahrain, Jordan, the United Arab Emirates or even Egypt, which have older relations with the Jewish State”, adding that “the borders between Morocco and Algeria had been closed since 1994, that is more than 27 years ago”.

“This position cannot be explained by bilateral relations with Israel. Especially since if the Palestinian State has maintained its ambassador in Morocco and has not taken a position, would Algeria be more committed to the Palestinian cause than the Palestinians themselves? asks the head of Moroccan diplomacy.

It should be noted that the participation of the Moroccan delegation in the 31st session of the Arab Summit, in Algeria, was distinguished and active on all levels from the preparation stages to the holding of the works despite the difficult conditions. This dynamic was evident in the official meetings and during the consultations held on the sidelines of these meetings where the role of the Moroccan delegation was central, he said, adding that the efforts of the Moroccan delegation made it possible to achieve consensus and adapted formulas concerning the majority of draft resolutions in their political, economic and social aspects.

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