Morocco's King Calls For Cooperation With Algeria 'Without Conditions'
Umer Jamshaid 2 months ago Sun 01st August 2021 | 07:10 AM
In his Throne Day speech on Saturday, Mohammed VI said, as quoted by Morocco World news that he was "not satisfied with the current state of our relations, for it does not serve our peoples' interests, nor is it acceptable to a great many countries.
Mohammed VI said that Morocco was ready to work together with Algeria "without conditions" for the development of bilateral ties and that borders between the two countries should not be closed, as it is "incompatible with a natural right and intrinsic legal principles."
Algeria closed the borders with Morocco in 1994. Relations between the two countries have been marred by diplomatic tensions over the disputed Western Sahara region.