King Mohamed VI de Morocco has moved his intention to operate a "new unpublished stage" in his relations with Spain, built on the basis of "trust, transparency, mutual respect and the honor of the commitments."
In a speech to the pronounced nation on the occasion of the 68th anniversary of the Revolution of the King and the People, the Moroccan King has indicated that he hopes to continue "working" with the Government of Spain, after the "unpublished crisis" in the relations between both Nations, as the Moroccan official news agency, Map has collected.
According to Mohamed VI, this "crisis" has "strongly shaken mutual trust" and "has raised numerous questions about their destiny." In this sense, he has defended that Morocco has worked with the Spanish part in "a climate of total peace, transparency and responsibility".
The president has assured that he has followed "personally and directly" the "marriage of dialogue and the development of discussions" with Spain and has argued that the objective of the Alauí Kingdom "did not consist only" in overcoming the crisis, "but in Make of it one occasion to review the basics and determinants that govern "relations between Madrid and Rabat.
"Thus, in addition to the traditional constant points (...) today we see for consolidating them through the joint understanding of the interests of the two neighboring countries," he said, before emphasizing that Morocco seeks to establish "strong, constructive and balanced relationships ", especially with their neighboring countries. "This is the same logic that governs our current orientation with respect to our relations with neighboring Spain," he has concluded.
Morocco and Spain lived a crisis following the hospital admission in Logroño of the General Secretary of the Polisario Front, Brahim Gali. Rabat facilitated the entry into Ceuta of more than 10,000 migrants in response, which triggered an escalation of tensions between both countries.
The President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, said that "Morocco is a strategic partner" for Spain and appealed to the "discretion" so as not to reveal what efforts the executive carries out the bilateral relations with the country.
This is the same logic that governs our current orientation with respect to our relations with neighboring Spain.
It is true that these relationships have passed lately by an unpublished crisis that has strongly shaken mutual trust and has raised numerous questions about their destiny.
However, we have worked with the Spanish part in a climate of total peace, transparency and responsibility.
Thus, in addition to the traditional constant points, which constitute their zocal, today we see for consolidating them through the joint understanding of the interests of the two neighboring countries.
I have personally followed and directly the march of dialogue and the development of discussions.
Our goal was not solely to leave this crisis, but to make it an occasion to review the foundations and determinants that govern these relationships.
With all sincerity and trust, we aspire to continue working with the Government of Spain and its President, His Excellency Mr. D. Pedro Sánchez, in order to inaugurate a new unprecedented stage in relations between the two countries, on the basis of trust, transparency, mutual respect and honor of commitments.
It is the same commitment that is based on the relations of association and solidarity between Morocco and France, with whose president, his Excellency Mr. D. Emmanuel Macron, unite me solid bonds of friendship and mutual consideration.Date Of Update: 20 August 2021, 17:40