Iran wants to restore diplomatic relations with Morocco

“Our ambition is to have friendly relations with Morocco, which has severed its ties for unfounded reasons,” said the director general of the Middle East and North Africa Division at the Iranian Foreign Ministry.

This reconciliation is reflected in the discussions begun with Saudi Arabia, which will act as a mediator to resolve differences between the kingdom and Iran. But, especially with Sudan, Yemen and Egypt, with whom relations are no longer so good.

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In this regard, Iran’s Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdullahiyan clarified on Monday that Iran has “started new discussions with Saudi Arabia” on Yemen, indicating that they are “on the right track”.

The information was confirmed by his Saudi counterpart, Prince Faikal bin Farhan, who described talks with the Iranian side as “serious”.

Recall that diplomatic relations with Iran were interrupted in May 2018 by Tehran’s interference in the internal affairs of Shia conversions in Bahrain and Morocco, but above all because of the armed support of the Lebanese Shia organization. Hezbollah on the Polisario Front.

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