Boussouf Warns Ambassadors of the Danger of Establishing a New State in Africa

Abdellah Boussouf, Secretary General of the Council of the Moroccan Community Living Abroad (CCME), called on a number of diplomats, warning of the danger of encouraging separatist demands to establish a new state in the southern provinces of the Kingdom of Morocco.

Abdellah Boussouf, Secretary General of the Council of the Moroccan Community Living Abroad (CCME), called on a number of diplomats, warning of the danger of encouraging separatist demands to establish a new state in the southern provinces of the Kingdom of Morocco.

Boussouf stressed that the establishment of another state in the African world “will harm not only the interests of Morocco, but also the interests of everyone, including the European continent.”

He added, during his presence at the diplomatic establishment in Rabat yesterday, Tuesday, within the framework of the periodic diplomatic forum, that the CCME prepares Moroccans around the world to defend the Moroccanity of Sahara.

The Secretary General also asserted that this pleading does not aim to launch a war with Algeria or any other country, but rather aims to explain the real situation of this regional conflict and the plans aimed at establishing a new state in the African world.

Boussouf concluded by warning that the existence of a separatist entity would fuel discord and create a kind of imbalance within the African continent; leading therefore to transmitting danger to Europe and all parts of the world.

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