Moroccan Sahara. Algeria suspends cooperation with Spain

An Algerian presidential press release announced on June 8, “the immediate suspension of the Treaty of Friendship, Good Neighborhood and Cooperation with Spain concluded on October 8, 2002”.

“The Spanish authorities, in contravention of their legal, moral and political obligations, have engaged in a campaign to justify the position adopted on the Sahara as the administrative power of the region that until then weighed on the Kingdom of Spain. until the dissolution of Western Sahara. Declared complete by the United Nations”, points to the Algerian presidency, highlighting Madrid’s “an unfair reversal” in relation to the Moroccan Sahara file.

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“This attitude of the Spanish government is a violation of the power of administration and the international legitimacy imposed on it by the efforts of the United Nations and by his position as the new personal envoy of the Secretary-General and directly contributes to the deterioration of the situation in Western Sahara and the region. “The Algerian presidency continues.

As a reminder, Spain has extended its support to Morocco on the Moroccan Sahara issue, noting that the Moroccan Autonomy Initiative is “the most serious, realistic and credible basis for the resolution of the dispute over the Sahara”.

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