Morocco’s position in relation to Tunisian president’s serious and unacceptable reception of the separatist militia’s leader “remains unchanged,” said Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans Abroad, Nasser Bourita. The Moroccan position remains “the one expressed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans Abroad in its statement of August 26, 2022, and shared by all the Moroccan people and all its forces,” said Bourita in a statement to the media from Cairo. Arab League Secretary General Ahmad Abu El-Gheit’s reference to settling the Morocco-Tunisia dispute “relates exclusively to a paragraph whose insertion was proposed by the Tunisian delegation, and which Morocco has categorically rejected.” El-Gheit’s reference came during his press briefing following the end of the 158th session of the League’s Council. The involvement of several sister Arab countries, including Jordan, has led to a compromise text, which refers to cooperation between Japan and Arab countries, without mentioning the TICAD Summit, said Bourita.
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