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The 'New Algeria' Accumulates Diplomatic Failures

Since coming to power in 2019, President Tebboune has made numerous trips and diplomatic initiatives. However, according to the Algerian press, in recent times, the country's diplomacy has mainly been marked by its failures.

Despite the enthusiastic efforts of President Abdelmadjid Tebboune, Algeria experienced a failure in August in its attempt to join the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa), as noted by the independent news site Twala.

Morocco’s UN Representative debunks the seven founding lies of Algeria’s separatist agenda

Morocco’s Permanent Representative to the UN, Omar Hilale, laid bare, Wednesday before the members of the 4th Committee of the UN General Assembly, the seven founding lies of Algeria’s separatist agenda about Morocco’s Sahara.

“60 years ago, almost to the day and in this same building, Morocco requested, in 1963, the inclusion of the question of what was called, at the time, the Spanish Sahara, on the agenda of the Special Committee on Decolonization, to definitively recover its Saharan provinces”, Hilale recalled.


Morocco becomes ‘Sectoral Dialogue Partner’ of ASEAN _Morocco has secured the distinction of being the first in Africa to attain this status_ In the ever-shifting landscape of international diplomacy, a notable contrast has emerged between two North African nations: Morocco and Algeria. While Algeria grapples with the repercussions of its recent rejection by the BRICS, Morocco has scored a significant diplomatic victory by officially attaining the status of an ASEAN sectoral dialogue partner.

Algeria, BRICS and Western Sahara

On August 24, 2023, the BRICS, the organization of emerging countries consisting of China, India, Brazil, Russia, and South Africa, announced the admission of 6 new members: Argentina, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, Ethiopia, and Iran. However, Algeria, which had also applied for membership, was rejected. 

Did Morocco really share the Sahara with Mauritania?

Colonial powers have often created problems, divisions, and conflicts when they leave an occupied region, rather than exiting cleanly. Since gaining independence, Morocco has consistently claimed sovereignty over the Sahara. This claim was renewed in 1958 and 1959, and Morocco continued to assert its rights in various forums.

Western Sahara: Autonomy Plan Is 'Only Practical Way' to Move Forward - British MP

The autonomy plan proposed by Morocco to find a definitive solution to the artificial dispute over the Moroccan Sahara is the "only practical way" for moving forward, British MP Liam Fox said in Rabat on Wednesday.

This position was expressed by Fox in a statement to the press following his talks with the Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccan Expatriates Nasser Bourita.

"It’s important that we focus on what is best" for the populations of the region "and that we look for a practical way forward in the politics of the region," he said.

C24: Decolonization of Moroccan Sahara Has Been Definitively Sealed since 1975 – Amb. Hilale

Bali - Exercising several rights of reply to the provocative and tendentious statements made by Algeria's permanent representative to the UN, Amar Benjama, at the annual seminar of the UN Committee of 24 (C24), Morocco's ambassador to the international organization, Omar Hilale, stressed that the decolonization of the Moroccan Sahara has been definitively sealed since 1975, under the Madrid Agreement.

In Final Judicial Decision, London Court of Appeal Confirms Irrevocable Rejection of 'Polisario' Petition against Morocco-GB Association Agreement

London - The London Court of appeal irrevocably dismissed, on Thursday, the appeal by the pro-separatist NGO "WSC" against a previous decision by the administrative Court, rejecting its application to reconsider the Association Agreement between Morocco and the United Kingdom.

This third setback since last December for the enemies of Morocco's territorial integrity confirms the validity of the association agreement linking the two countries, which benefits the populations and development of all the Kingdom's regions, from north to south.