Towards the expulsion of Morocco from Algeria?

Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune

All Moroccans living in Algeria may be expelled to some degree, according to Arslain Chikhaoui, “a close adviser to the Algerian head of state”.

submitted by Bladi As an expert in geopolitics, also a close adviser to the Algerian President, Abdelmadjid Tebboune. Arslane Chikhaoui, as it is he, calls for the expulsion of Moroccan citizens established in Algeria to some extent.

In an interview with the French-speaking daily independence, Arslain Chikhaoui indicates that “Algeria is gradually implementing measures related to the implementation of the Declaration of the Breakdown of Diplomatic Relations with Morocco, and this is done when our adversary takes a stand”.

Echoing the words of the Algerian Foreign Minister, Ramtane Lamamra, according to a geopolitical expert, Moroccan persistence for “hostile acts” would require Algeria to respond with the implementation of an additional measure in compliance with the Vienna Convention. In this case customs and traditions.

“If Morocco continues in the process of hostilities in all its forms, Algeria will undoubtedly proceed to other stages with the closure of the maritime space, the establishment of circulation visas and, eventually, if necessary, the expulsion of the citizens of Algeria.” , warned the expert that “is regularly consulted by the Algerian head of state”, continues Bladi.

Addressing the issue of tensions between the two countries, Arslain Chikhaoui specifies: “We are facing a low-intensity conflict … its development into a high-intensity conflict will depend on the Moroccan approach, Ally, it is appropriate to remind us of Israel and France, but also according to the attitude of other actors outside the region, such as Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar…”.

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Recall that last August 24, Algeria decided to break diplomatic relations with Morocco because of the “hostile actions” of Sharif’s state. On 22 September, Algeria decided to close its airspace to Moroccan civil and military aircraft and to those with Moroccan registration numbers.

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