During a working visit in Madrid, the Algerian foreign minister, Sabri Bokadoum, took the opportunity to launch the dossier on Western Sahara by attacking Morocco. This was during an interview with his Spanish counterpart, Arancha Gonzalez Laia.
Algeria is certainly not ready to take Morocco to a silver plate on the Western Sahara. After the media battle, Algiers shifts gears, which diplomacy says. During a working visit in Madrid, the Algerian foreign minister, Sabri Bokadoum, took the opportunity to launch the dossier on Western Sahara by attacking Morocco.
During a press point, Spain’s foreign minister, Arancha González Laia, reported that the meeting with his Algerian counterpart, Sabri Boccadoum, focused on bilateral issues, such as immigration, terrorism, or cooperation energy, while his Algerian counterpart had Have tried, many times, to impose the issue of Western Sahara. The region is claimed by both Morocco and the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR), declared in 1976 by the Polisario Front.
Algeria’s foreign minister first made brief remarks on “recent developments in the Western Sahara”, mixing them with Libya, the Sahel, and the Middle East. A statement, to which Arancha Gonzalez Laia made no comment. An Algerian journalist tried to pose the question, before the minister apparently cut off. “Spain’s position remains unchanged, defending a political solution, negotiated under the auspices of the Bus and the United Nations,” underlined the Spanish minister.
In addition, Sabri Bokadoum, again, confirmed in an interview with the newspaper country, That it is “the problem of dissolution that must be solved by self-determination”. When asked about the situation on the ground, Algerian Minister Bokadoum confirms that we “take a resolution, then another … that does nothing, only for the blockade and we already know who.” Stopping. Some countries spend abusive time.
“Spain has a historical responsibility, it cannot hide behind the United Nations. It has a special responsibility and should be interfered with.
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