Kenya maintains excellent relations with all members of the African Union and the United Nations, adding the country has and will continue to strengthen the relations for mutual benefit, said Foreign Affairs Principal Secretary Macharia Kamau.
Algiers accuses Madrid of "contributing directly to the degradation of the situation" in disputed Western Sahara, over which Spain recently ended its neutrality and now backs Morocco's claim.
Rabat did not comment on Monday’s incident in which three Algerian truck drivers were killed on border between Mauritania and Western Sahara, with Algiers warning “barbaric strike” would “not go unpunished”.
On the 22nd anniversary of the enthronement of His Majesty King Mohammed VI, H.E. Amb. Mohammed Ali Lazerq of Morocco to Turkey reflects on Turkish-Moroccan relations and the strides taken by the Kingdom under the leadership of King Mohammed VI.
The European Parliament passed a resolution, tabled by Madrid, rejecting “Morocco’s use of border control and migration, and unaccompanied minors in particular, as political pressure against Spain.”
Meanwhile, Brahim Ghali, the leader of a movement seeking independence from Morocco, testified before an investigating magistrate at the National Court in Madrid into allegations against him of torture, genocide and other crimes.
The Saharawi army launched four rockets in the direction of Guerguerat along the security wall that separates Saharawi fighters from Moroccan forces in the desert territory.
Both sides sign four bilateral deals centering on direct air links, water management, connecting financial systems, and a visa waiver arrangement for diplomats, cementing a controversial Israel-Morocco reset of ties.
Morocco's spat with Saudi Arabia has been on the cards for a long time, and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman can't afford for Rabat to distance itself from the Saudi kingdom.
The Moroccan foreign ministry hinted at a possible withdrawal of its troops from the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen, causing tensions between the two kingdoms.
The UN has finally managed to bring Morocco, Algeria, Mauritania and the region's separatist group Polisario to the negotiating table, hoping to make some progress on the four-decade-long dispute.
The nation had left after the bloc recognised Western Sahara as a sovereign territory in 1984.
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