The ASSECCA Condemns European Parliament Resolution On Morocco

The General Secretariat of the Association of Senates, Shoora and Equivalent Councils in Africa and the Arab World (ASSECCA) has expressed its strong condemnation and denunciation of the European Parliament’s resolution against Morocco.

The General Secretariat confirmed in a statement that this resolution included fake criticism and baseless accusations regarding the policies and mechanisms followed by the Kingdom of Morocco with regard to illegal immigration.

In this regard, the ASSECCA called on the European Parliament to reconsider this unjustified resolution, “which ignored the tireless and tangible efforts made by the Kingdom in combating illegal immigration and issues of human trafficking and terrorism,” and to adopt practical and positive positions that enhance cooperation and joint coordination between countries in the field of illegal immigration, and favor rational dialogue to address any differences in bilateral relations between Morocco and Spain.

Moreover, the General Secretariat of the ASSECCA expressed its solidarity and full support for Morocco and for all the measures undertaken by the Kingdom to confront such invalid decisions, praising the great efforts made by Morocco to combat illegal immigration, especially towards Europe, including the decision of His Majesty King Mohammed VI to facilitate the return of unaccompanied Moroccan minors who reside irregularly in some EU countries.

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