Following Algeria’s announcement of severing diplomatic relations with Morocco, the Arab Parliament expressed grave concern about the developments in relations between the two countries, urging both countries to prioritize their brotherly relations and the interests of their two brotherly peoples, which impose restraint and avoid escalation in the two countries relations.
The Arab Parliament urged Algeria and Morocco to engage in constructive conversation to reduce tensions and resolve contentious matters within an Arab fraternal framework, emphasizing that both Morocco and Algeria are Arab countries. They hold a significant role in promoting Arab unity and rejecting divisions and differences.
The Arab Parliament also expressed its complete faith in the wisdom of both nations’ leaders and their capacity to resolve the situation as quickly as possible.
Following Algeria’s announcement of severing diplomatic relations with Morocco, the Secretary-General of the League of Arab States, Ahmed Aboul Gheit, expressed his deep regret for the state of relations between the two countries and urged the two countries to exercise restraint and avoid further escalation.
Algeria and Morocco are key nations in the joint Arab action system, according to an official source in the League’s General Secretariat, and hope is still placed on restoring the minimal level of ties in a way that maintains their stability, interests, and the region’s stability.
Algerian Foreign Minister Ramtane Lamamra declared the end of diplomatic ties with Morocco on Tuesday.
According to Al-Amamra, cutting ties does not imply harming the inhabitants of the two nations, and consular posts will continue to operate as usual.
The breakup was revealed during a news conference conducted by Lamamra, who accused the neighboring monarchy of acting in an unfriendly and aggressive manner toward Algeria.
At a news conference, Lamamra stated, “It has been historically proved that Morocco has not stopped carrying out unfriendly and aggressive activities against Algeria.”