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Real Madrid say they want to calm things down with Morocco (Arancha Gonzalez Laya)

Real Madrid say they want to calm things down with Morocco (Arancha González Laya) – medias24

Real Madrid say they want to calm things down with Morocco (Arancha Gonzalez Laya)

Arancha Gonzalez Laya with Nasser Bourita in January 2020 in Rabat.

Real Madrid say they want to calm things down with Morocco (Arancha Gonzalez Laya)

Jun 15, 2021 at 6:29 PM

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Spanish Foreign Minister claims to defuse the tension. But part of his notes indicate the opposite.

The Spanish Foreign Minister assures us that she wants to remain silent and avoid talking about the current crisis, and avoid raising this issue in the media… But she added that it is a crisis that “Spain did not seek, it seeks. It does not feed and that it does not want to continue in the future.”

The minister’s statements, like those of the Spanish media, provoke a crisis born of the arrival of thousands to Ceuta, obscuring the generated fact that Ibrahim Ghali arrived in Spain in incredible circumstances.

Regarding articles in the Spanish press, according to which from now on Spain will require a Schengen visa to enter Ceuta and Melilla, the Minister clarified that it was not about this, but about more firmly exploring the establishment of the two cities in Europe.

Regarding the Sahara, the Minister emphasized that during the conversation between Pedro Sanchez and Joe Biden during the 2021 NATO Summit, the issue of the Sahara was not among the issues discussed. We could easily believe it, considering how quickly what she described as the conversation unfolded. She added that Spain does not want to interfere and cannot ask a country like the United States to adopt such and such a position. She said Spain, like France, Germany and the United States, would like to give impetus to the negotiations under the auspices of the United Nations. The interview was broadcast by Cadena Ser.

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