The King of Morocco calls on the Algerian presidency to establish "normal relations" - BBC News Arabic

The King of Morocco calls on the Algerian presidency to establish “normal relations” – BBC News Arabic

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Moroccan King Mohammed VI announced his intention to establish “normal relations” with his neighbor Algeria, after years of political tensions between the two countries and the sharp escalation and severing of relations and the recent confrontation between them.

“I look forward to working with the Algerian presidency so that Morocco and Algeria can work hand in hand to establish normal relations,” the king said in a speech on the occasion of the Throne Day, the anniversary of his accession to the rule of Morocco. According to the Moroccan news agency MAP.

This is not the first time that the King of Morocco has invited Algeria to open a new page. In his speech on the anniversary of the Green March towards Western Sahara, and delivered in November 2018, he called on Algeria to open a new page and establish good relations, but the situation was complicated after that and was cut Later relations between the two countries.

In his speech, Mohammed VI described the two countries as “two brotherly peoples, united by history, human ties and a common destiny.”

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