Morocco seeks "a military industry with America and Israel" What is Algeria's position?

Morocco seeks "a military industry with America and Israel" What is Algeria's position?  Morocco has signed a new military agreement with the American company "Lockheed Martin" to build an industrial unit that will be devoted to the maintenance and development of aircraft of the Royal Armed Forces. At a time when Algeria emphasized the importance of "air superiority" for its army.  The Moroccan National Defense Administration and the American company “Lockheed Martin” signed a new military agreement to build an industrial unit on an area of ​​15,000 square meters on the outskirts of Benslimane Air Force Base, which will be allocated for maintenance and development of Royal Armed Forces aircraft.  This would worry neighboring Algeria with the escalating tension between the two countries.  This comes as the Chief of Staff of the Algerian Army, Lieutenant-General Said Chanegriha, stressed during a working and inspection visit to the Algerian Air Force Command, just two days ago, yesterday, the importance of “air superiority” for the Algerian army.  According to the Moroccan "Hespress" website , the industrial unit operated by the Sabina company will maintain, modernize and repair the American F-16 and C-130 fighters of the Royal Air Force, which will develop the military and defense industrial activity of the Royal Armed Forces.  According to the website, Dania Trent, Vice President of Lockheed Martin, said that "Morocco will receive the best industrial facilities and advanced military equipment, while ensuring continuous training to meet the needs of the Moroccan Air Force."  He stated that the Royal Air Force is expected to acquire American "F-16 VIPER" aircraft, according to a request submitted by Morocco, aircraft manufactured by "Lockheed Martin", a leading manufacturer of "jet" fighters.  Morocco will receive 25 F-16 VIPER aircraft, valued at $4 billion, after the US State Department approved the deal for these aircraft and other equipment during 2019.  Morocco will initially focus on military aircraft, especially drones, given the agreement signed between Rabat and Tel Aviv to benefit from Israeli technologies.  The spokesman stated that "investment in spare parts and the manufacture of engines will reduce the military import bill," noting that "Morocco will initially focus on military aircraft, especially drones, given the agreement signed between Rabat and Tel Aviv to benefit from Israeli technologies."  Choucair highlighted that “the industrial land is available in the major cities of the Kingdom, as it is used to manufacture spare parts for civil aircraft. Thus, it will facilitate the transition to the manufacture of spare parts for warplanes.”  This comes as the Chief of Staff of the Algerian Army, Lieutenant-General Said Chanegriha, said during a working and inspection visit to the Air Force Command, just two days ago, that “in the spirit that air superiority was and still is a very important operational requirement for us, we have given it the care it deserves according to The directives of the President of the Republic, Abdelmadjid Tebboune, whether through good and modern training of the human element or through the provision of modern equipment.  Lieutenant-General Chanegriha continued, during a working and inspection visit to the first military district in Blida (50 km west of Algiers): “Betrayal has become a point of view, and the betrayal of a friend in a time of distress is a wise policy, and the bullying of the enemy against the brother and brother is a wise policy. desirable.”  In September of last year, Chanegriha had stated that "Algeria's persistence in its principles is disturbing the Moroccan Makhzen regime and hindering the realization of its dubious plans in the region."  At the time, Chanegriha complained of what he described as “the Makhzen regime’s persistence in conspiracies and intrigues and launching campaigns of subversive propaganda in order to limit Algeria’s role in the region and drain its capabilities, disrupt its development path, and attempt to strike the unity of its people, to pressure it to make it abandon its fixed principles and noble values ​​and renounce its causes.” Nation".

Morocco has signed a new military agreement with the American company "Lockheed Martin" to build an industrial unit that will be devoted to the maintenance and development of aircraft of the Royal Armed Forces. At a time when Algeria emphasized the importance of "air superiority" for its army.

The Moroccan National Defense Administration and the American company “Lockheed Martin” signed a new military agreement to build an industrial unit on an area of ​​15,000 square meters on the outskirts of Benslimane Air Force Base, which will be allocated for maintenance and development of Royal Armed Forces aircraft.

This would worry neighboring Algeria with the escalating tension between the two countries.

This comes as the Chief of Staff of the Algerian Army, Lieutenant-General Said Chanegriha, stressed during a working and inspection visit to the Algerian Air Force Command, just two days ago, yesterday, the importance of “air superiority” for the Algerian army.

According to the Moroccan "Hespress" website , the industrial unit operated by the Sabina company will maintain, modernize and repair the American F-16 and C-130 fighters of the Royal Air Force, which will develop the military and defense industrial activity of the Royal Armed Forces.

According to the website, Dania Trent, Vice President of Lockheed Martin, said that "Morocco will receive the best industrial facilities and advanced military equipment, while ensuring continuous training to meet the needs of the Moroccan Air Force."

He stated that the Royal Air Force is expected to acquire American "F-16 VIPER" aircraft, according to a request submitted by Morocco, aircraft manufactured by "Lockheed Martin", a leading manufacturer of "jet" fighters.

Morocco will receive 25 F-16 VIPER aircraft, valued at $4 billion, after the US State Department approved the deal for these aircraft and other equipment during 2019.

Morocco will initially focus on military aircraft, especially drones, given the agreement signed between Rabat and Tel Aviv to benefit from Israeli technologies.

The spokesman stated that "investment in spare parts and the manufacture of engines will reduce the military import bill," noting that "Morocco will initially focus on military aircraft, especially drones, given the agreement signed between Rabat and Tel Aviv to benefit from Israeli technologies."

Choucair highlighted that “the industrial land is available in the major cities of the Kingdom, as it is used to manufacture spare parts for civil aircraft. Thus, it will facilitate the transition to the manufacture of spare parts for warplanes.”

This comes as the Chief of Staff of the Algerian Army, Lieutenant-General Said Chanegriha, said during a working and inspection visit to the Air Force Command, just two days ago, that “in the spirit that air superiority was and still is a very important operational requirement for us, we have given it the care it deserves according to The directives of the President of the Republic, Abdelmadjid Tebboune, whether through good and modern training of the human element or through the provision of modern equipment.

Lieutenant-General Chanegriha continued, during a working and inspection visit to the first military district in Blida (50 km west of Algiers): “Betrayal has become a point of view, and the betrayal of a friend in a time of distress is a wise policy, and the bullying of the enemy against the brother and brother is a wise policy. desirable.”

In September of last year, Chanegriha had stated that "Algeria's persistence in its principles is disturbing the Moroccan Makhzen regime and hindering the realization of its dubious plans in the region."

At the time, Chanegriha complained of what he described as “the Makhzen regime’s persistence in conspiracies and intrigues and launching campaigns of subversive propaganda in order to limit Algeria’s role in the region and drain its capabilities, disrupt its development path, and attempt to strike the unity of its people, to pressure it to make it abandon its fixed principles and noble values ​​and renounce its causes.” Nation".
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