King Mohamed VI calls on "a return to normality" in relations with Algeria

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King Mohamed VI of Morocco called this Saturday for “a return to normality” in relations with its neighbor Algeria, a country with which it maintains broken diplomatic ties since 2021 against the background of the Western Sahara conflict.

In a speech to the nation on Saturday night, on the occasion of the throne partywhich commemorates the 24th anniversary of his enthronement, the monarch stressed that his country “will never be the source of any damage or harm” to Algeria.

“We also want to convey to you the enormous importance we attach to the bonds of affection, friendship, exchange and communication between the two peoples,” Mohamed VI said in his speech, broadcast on the country’s public television and radio stations.

In the section on international relations, the monarch dedicated a good part to his neighbor in the Maghreb and described relations between the two countries as “stable”, while expressing his wish that they “improve”.

“We implore Almighty God for everything to return to normal, and for the borders to be opened between our two neighboring and brother countries and peoples,” he asserted.

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