The Kingdom of Morocco strongly condemns the persistent false, massive and malicious media campaign, evoking an alleged infiltration of the telephone devices of several national and foreign public figures through a computer software, says a government statement. The Government of the Kingdom of Morocco categorically rejects these false and unfounded allegations, and challenges their peddlers, including Amnesty International and the “forbidden stories” consortium, as well as their supporters and protégés, to provide any tangible and material evidence in support of their surreal stories, the statement says. Morocco, says the same source, is again the target of this kind of hateful attacks, which betray the desire of some media and NGOs to put it under their orders and tutelage. To their great displeasure, this is not possible. The Kingdom of Morocco, which has experienced in recent years great achievements in many areas, will continue its momentum to consolidate its economic emergence and social development, adds the same source. Strong of its right and convinced of the validity of its position, the Kingdom has opted for a judicial approach, in Morocco and internationally against any party taking into account these false allegations, concludes the government statement.
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