Morocco – Spain Crisis: The Arab Parliament Expresses Its Support For Morocco
The Arab Parliament called on its European counterpart to refrain from taking any positions that would exacerbate tension between the two countries.
The Arab Parliament called on the European Parliament not to take part in the crisis between the Kingdom of Morocco and Spain, stressing that the crisis between the two countries is a bilateral crisis that can be resolved through diplomatic means and direct bilateral negotiation between the two, stressing that there is no need to turn it into a Morocco-Europe crisis.
This position comes in light of the European Parliament’s discussion today of a draft resolution that includes, in its first draft, a criticism of the policies of the Kingdom of Morocco, on the issue of illegal immigration.
The Arab Parliament called on its European counterpart to refrain from taking any positions that would exacerbate tension, and to call on the two parties to resolve the crisis in a purely bilateral framework.
The Arab Parliament affirmed that the Kingdom of Morocco has demonstrated its keenness to calm this tension through many constructive initiatives, the latest of which was the directives of His Majesty King Mohammed VI, on June 1st, to facilitate the return of all Moroccan unaccompanied minors who entered the European Union illegally.