Jordan decides to open a consulate general in the Moroccan city of Laayoune

The Ruler of Jordan, King Abdullah II
announced his country’s intention to open a consulate in the Moroccan city of Laayoune
during a phone call with the King of Morocco, King Mohammed VI
This announcement is considered as a new step in the deep ties between the two countries
and constitutes also a victory for the fair question of the Morocco Kingdom
in facing the separatist Polisario militia
and strengthens the power and credibility of the Moroccan position at the international level
about the conflict over the Moroccan Sahara
and weakens the separatist hypothesis
adopted by armed militias and those who support them
This step
came after a day of the King of Jordan’s visit to Abu Dhabi
and his gathering with Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed ben Zayed Al Nahyane
and it is similar to the step of the United Arab Emirates
that was announced previously this month
thus the United Arab Emirates are the first Arab country that open a consulate in the Moroccan Sahara
followed by the Kingdom of Jordan
which indicates the great coherence between the three countries
and their common support in the fair issues

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