Ambassador Benyaich After Summons: There Are Actions That Entail Expectable Consequences

Relations between neighboring countries and friends must be based on “mutual trust that must be worked on and taken care of.”

Morocco’s ambassador to Spain, Karima Benyaich, said that the Moroccan Ministry of Foreign Affairs will summon her in the next few hours to Rabat.

In a statement to “Europa Press”, Benyaich stated that she was summoned by the Spanish Foreign Ministry, indicating that she does not rule out that the Moroccan government invites her to hold consultations in the next few hours.

The Moroccan ambassador emphasized that in inter-state relations there are actions that entail expectable consequences, referring to Spain’s decision to provide medical care to Polisario Leader Brahim Ghali.

Benyaich stressed that there are “unacceptable positions,” adding that relations between neighboring countries and friends must be based on “mutual trust that must be worked on and taken care of.”

Judge of the Spanish National Court, Santiago Pedraz, refused to take precautionary measures, such as banning Ghali – whose entry to Spain to receive health care led to a crisis with Morocco – from leaving the country.

In addition to confiscating his passport and preventing him from leaving Spain, the judge did not approve the surveillance and guarding procedures against Ghali, and also refused, upon the request of the prosecutor, to refer him to a medical expert for examination.

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