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When Algeria supported separatist movements to carry out terrorist attacks in Spain.

Interference in the internal affairs of Spain is considered a constant in Algerian policy. Algeria's attempts to destabilize Spain date back many years.

The Spanish Foreign Minister, José Manuel Albares, does not hesitate to urge Algeria to stop "its interference in the internal affairs" of his country. The latest call came on Sunday, April 23, in an interview he gave to the daily El Espanol.

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Morocco-Spain: Excellence in politico-economic relations.

The politico-economic harmony between Spain and Morocco has been more than perfect since the resumption of relations between the two countries. This has been further consolidated with the holding of the 12th High-Level Meeting (HLM) in Rabat in early February, during which agreements were reached in various areas.

Despite the efforts of some to generate tensions for the purpose of destabilizing both kingdoms, politically, Morocco and Spain have found their way through a new discourse of complementarity where they no longer fall into the trap of realpolitik.

Spain's New Position: Major Turning Point in Evolution of Moroccan Sahara Issue in Latin America - Conference

A conference held at the initiative of the Coalition for Autonomy in the Sahara highlighted, Tuesday in Mexico City, the positive momentum of the Sahara issue, both at the UN and on the ground, in light of the Spanish government's recent decision to support Morocco's Autonomy Initiative as the most realistic, serious and credible basis for the final settlement of this regional dispute.

Nota conceptual de la videoconferencia sobre ‘’Las perspectivas de la Cuestión del Sahara marroquí en América Latina a la luz de la nueva posición de España’’ 19 de abril de 2022 a las 10:30 horas (hora de México)

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El 14 de marzo de 2022, el Presidente del Gobierno español, en una carta dirigida a Su Majestad el Rey Mohammed VI, afirmó que "España considera la Iniciativa de Autonomía marroquí, presentada en 2007, como la base más seria, realista y creíble para la resolución del contencioso regional sobre el Sáhara marroquí".

Madrid reaffirms strong support to Morocco’s Autonomy Plan in Western Sahara(Joint Statement)

Spain deems the Moroccan autonomy plan, presented in 2007, as the “most serious, realistic and credible basis for the resolution of the Sahara dispute.”

In a joint statement issued following the talks held Thursday in Rabat with King Mohammed VI, Spanish Prime minister Pedro Sanchez says Madrid “recognizes the importance of the Sahara issue for Morocco as well as Morocco’s serious and credible efforts made within the framework of the United Nations to find a mutually acceptable solution”.

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