Algerian President Invites the King of Morocco to Attend the Arab Summit

Algerian President Invites the King of Morocco to Attend the Arab Summit Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune sent a written invitation with the Minister of Justice, Abdel Rashid Tabbi, to Moroccan King Mohammed VI to attend the Arab summit scheduled for early November. The invitation was received by Moroccan Foreign Minister Nasser Bourita.  On Tuesday, Algerian Minister of Justice Abdelrashid Tebbi handed Moroccan Foreign Minister Nasser Bourita a letter from President Abdelmadjid Tebboune to King Mohammed VI, including an invitation to attend the Arab summit scheduled for early November.  This came during Bourita's reception of a doctor in Rabat, according to a statement by the Moroccan Ministry of Foreign Affairs.  This is the first visit of an Algerian official to Morocco in many years, against the background of the closed borders between the two countries.  The statement pointed out that "on the instructions of Moroccan King Mohammed VI, the Moroccan Minister of Foreign Affairs, Minister of Justice, Keeper of the Seals of the People's Democratic Republic of Algeria, received an envoy from Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune, to the King."  The statement added that "the envoy of the Algerian president delivered the letter of invitation addressed to King Mohammed VI, to attend the work of the Arab summit scheduled to be held in Algeria, on November 1-2, 2022."  On September 7, the Moroccan Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced in a statement that the Algerian Minister of Justice would visit Rabat with an invitation to attend the Arab Summit.  At the end of last July, King Mohammed VI expressed his aspiration to work with the Algerian presidency to establish normal relations between the two brotherly peoples.  He said in a speech on the occasion of the Throne Day (his accession to power): "What is said about Moroccan-Algerian relations is unreasonable and heartbreaking."  And he added: "We are keen to get out of this situation and to enhance rapprochement, communication and understanding between the two peoples."  Relations between the two countries are suffering from a blockage due to the two closed land borders files since 1994, and the issue of the disputed Sahara region between Rabat and the Algerian-backed "Polisario" Front.  Rabat proposes expanded autonomy in the Sahara under its sovereignty, while the Polisario calls for a referendum for self-determination, a proposal supported by Algeria, which hosts refugees from the region.​

Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune sent a written invitation with the Minister of Justice, Abdel Rashid Tabbi, to Moroccan King Mohammed VI to attend the Arab summit scheduled for early November. The invitation was received by Moroccan Foreign Minister Nasser Bourita.

On Tuesday, Algerian Minister of Justice Abdelrashid Tebbi handed Moroccan Foreign Minister Nasser Bourita a letter from President Abdelmadjid Tebboune to King Mohammed VI, including an invitation to attend the Arab summit scheduled for early November.

This came during Bourita's reception of a doctor in Rabat, according to a statement by the Moroccan Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

This is the first visit of an Algerian official to Morocco in many years, against the background of the closed borders between the two countries.

The statement pointed out that "on the instructions of Moroccan King Mohammed VI, the Moroccan Minister of Foreign Affairs, Minister of Justice, Keeper of the Seals of the People's Democratic Republic of Algeria, received an envoy from Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune, to the King."

The statement added that "the envoy of the Algerian president delivered the letter of invitation addressed to King Mohammed VI, to attend the work of the Arab summit scheduled to be held in Algeria, on November 1-2, 2022."

On September 7, the Moroccan Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced in a statement that the Algerian Minister of Justice would visit Rabat with an invitation to attend the Arab Summit.

At the end of last July, King Mohammed VI expressed his aspiration to work with the Algerian presidency to establish normal relations between the two brotherly peoples.

He said in a speech on the occasion of the Throne Day (his accession to power): "What is said about Moroccan-Algerian relations is unreasonable and heartbreaking."

And he added: "We are keen to get out of this situation and to enhance rapprochement, communication and understanding between the two peoples."

Relations between the two countries are suffering from a blockage due to the two closed land borders files since 1994, and the issue of the disputed Sahara region between Rabat and the Algerian-backed "Polisario" Front.

Rabat proposes expanded autonomy in the Sahara under its sovereignty, while the Polisario calls for a referendum for self-determination, a proposal supported by Algeria, which hosts refugees from the region.​
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