Morocco and France: are officially without ambassadors

Morocco and France

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France pulled its ambassador in Rabat, Helouin Le Gal, last September, due to her appointment as responsible for the European Department of Foreign Affairs in Brussels.

The King Mohammed VI appointed in a short duration after this decision, according to the king’s debt notification, Mohamed Benchaaboun, director general of the Mohammed VI Investment Fund, after he was serving as Morocco’s ambassador to France.

For the first time in the history of relations between the two countries, the absence of the two ambassadors from their workplace is recorded, which indicates that the level of tension in Moroccan-French relations continues.

It is noteworthy that French President Emmanuel Macron paid an official visit to Algeria a few weeks ago, during which he held official talks with Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune and a number of Algerian officials. While he talked about an expected visit to Morocco in the month of October, the date has not yet been determined, until the limits of editing this article.

Soukaina Sghir

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