The Ministry of Communication delegation reacted to an Algerian maneuver to ruin a recommendation for Morocco to host the Arab Information Ministers’ meetings.
The Moroccan delegation, led by Mustapha Amdjar, acting secretary general of the communication sector, defeated an Algerian maneuver aimed at blowing up a recommendation for the meeting of the Standing Committee on Arab Information in Kuwait, which called on Morocco to host the 99th ordinary session of the Standing Committee on Arab Information, the 17th ordinary session of the Executive Bureau of the Council of Arab Ministers of Information and the 53rd ordinary session of the Council of Arab Ministers of Information.
While the Algerian ambassador to Kuwait, Abdelmalek Haddou, was taking instructions from the Mouradia Palace, issuing a strange reservation against Morocco’s membership of these meetings, and trying to catch up with Tunisia, which now appears to be a puppet driven by the cabranes, the strong response came from the secretary general of the communication sector, who exposed the reality of this system, which offends the depth of Arab unity.
Amdjar strongly pleaded, in the language of Arab unity and solidarity and the principles of Moroccan diplomacy, sober and strictly defending the higher interests of the kingdom, the official himself was surprised by the reluctance of a brotherly country to deprive another Arab country of hosting these meetings when it did not apply and did not submit a request in this regard.
While the Algerian ambassador tried to withdraw this reservation to save the situation, following his bitter failure to push this reservation in the face of the Arab rejection of this childish behavior, the second snub came during the same meeting when the Moroccan delegation clung to the need to record this reservation in the minutes of the meeting so that it would remain a stain on the history of this country, which reflects the willingness of a brotherly Arab country to bring together and host Arab brothers on its soil.
Thus, the Executive Bureau of the Council of Arab Ministers of the League of Arab States decided to implement the recommendation of the meeting of the Standing Committee on Arab Information regarding the venue and date of the 99th ordinary session of the Standing Committee on Arab Information, the 17th ordinary session of the Executive Bureau of the Council of Arab Ministers of Information and the 53rd ordinary session of the Council of Arab Ministers of Information.
Despite Algeria’s desperate attempts to undermine this recommendation, the members of the Standing Committee and the members of the Executive Bureau welcomed it, as the Algerian ambassador to Kuwait tried to submit his reservation on our country’s accession to this reservation before withdrawing it under pressure from other member states.
This recommendation includes hosting and approving the hosting by the Kingdom of Morocco of the work of these meetings, including the Ministerial Meeting of Arab Ministers of Information, which will submit recommendations to the Council of the League of Arab States at the level of Foreign Ministers and to the next Arab Summit, concerning media-related issues.
It was decided to hold these events in June, in the presence of the Ministers of Information of the Member States of the League of Arab States.
The 53rd session of this meeting will discuss several issues of interest to the media at the Arab level, foremost among which is the Palestinian issue, which is at the top of the agenda for joint Arab action.
Morocco’s hosting of these meetings stems from the leading role played by Morocco under the leadership of His Majesty the King in joint Arab action, and Morocco has become a venue for multilateral cooperation activities and meetings.
It should be noted that the Executive Bureau of the Council of Arab Ministers of Information confirmed in its resolutions what is mentioned above in the recommendations of the Standing Committee, which commended the efforts of His Majesty King Mohammed VI, Chairman of the Al-Quds Committee, in favor of Al-Quds and the Palestinian cause.