Morocco opposes “the logic of lesson givers”

Morocco opposes “the logic of lesson givers”
Morocco opposes “the logic of lesson givers”

Morocco firmly opposes “the logic of those who give lessons and those who blackmail” the countries of the Sahel, affirmed, Friday in Rabat, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans residing there. foreigner, Nasser Bourita.

“Morocco has confidence in the elites and in the genius of the Sahel countries to find the best path to deal with the complex situation in the region and to succeed in the democratic transition,” Bourita underlined during a press briefing. at the end of his meetings with the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Regional Cooperation and Burkinabè Abroad, Karamoko Jean-Marie Traoré.

The Kingdom, he continued, is against foreign interference in the affairs of the Sahel countries and “the policies of those who give lessons and those who consider that, given that they have borders with the Sahel, they can opt for a policy of blackmail.”

“Even in the Sahel neighborhood, there are countries that want to manage the situation through blackmail and resolve their problems at the expense of regional stability,” he noted, noting that the Kingdom is part of “in a logic of confidence in the capacity of these countries to resolve their own problems”.

In this context, he assured that Morocco is committed to putting its expertise and experience at their disposal to support them in their programs and their ambitions.

It is with this in mind, he explained, that the Royal Initiative aims to allow the countries of the Sahel to access the Atlantic Ocean, the ambition being to allow them to reconquer their vocation of land of exchange and transit. The Sahel countries reacted quickly and spontaneously to this initiative by joining it and providing their support, the minister welcomed.

“It was not a question of presenting a turnkey initiative to the countries of the Sahel, but of allowing them to make it their own,” he added, recalling that it was this perspective that was at the forefront. origin of the meeting held in December in Marrakech, then two weeks ago in Rabat when the Task Force met to look into the operationalization of this initiative.

“Today, we are in the joint construction of this initiative to provide a common response and for the countries concerned to make their contribution,” he said.

“Today it is time to trust the countries of the Sahel to help them develop their own vision. They do not need guardians but partners,” affirmed Bourita, noting that Morocco, in accordance with the High Instructions of the King, is part of this logic, both in its bilateral relations with each of these countries and in his vision of the entire region.

He observed that “the links between Morocco and the countries of the Sahel are anchored in history, forged by a dense human, spiritual and religious network, making this relationship solid, deep and unique.”

The minister, in this context, assured that these links are taken to the highest level by King Mohammed VI who attaches particular interest to the Sahel region, as evidenced by the numerous solidarity initiatives undertaken by Morocco in favor of countries in the region.



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