Morocco and Algeria about to normalise relations

On Friday, Morocco leaders declared to be willing to normalise relations with Algeria, according to sources of APA (African press agency).

Speaking during the Maghreb 2030 Forum, the leader of the Moroccan diplomacy, Taib Fassi Fehri, said that his country is working for the Maghreb Union and the “normalisation of the relations with the neighbouring and sister state of Algeria”.

The Maghreb 2030 Forum opened on Friday in Skhirat, near Rabat.
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In 1994, after a terrorist attack carried from Algeria into Morocco, the borders of the two countries had been closed. Experts says that this declaration of the Moroccan diplomat is part of a strategy which aims to reopen those borders.

Source: APA

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