Morocco’s role in inter-Arab solidarity highlighted at Algiers summit
Morocco’s leading role in promoting inter-Arab solidarity was highlighted at the Arab League summit in Algiers where light was particularly shed on Rabat’s initiatives to bring assistance to grieved Arab people in Palestine, Yemen and Comoros.
Morocco has by the past set up a field hospital in the Syrian refugee camps in Jordan as well as Gaza, Lebanon and Tunis at the height of the Covid 19 pandemic upon instructions from King Mohammed VI.
King Mohammed VI is chairman of the Al Quds committee which together with the Bayt Mal AL Quds agency received acclaim from the Arab League for their role in safeguarding the identity of Jerusalem and supporting its people.
The Arab League also highlighted Morocco’s leading role in countering terrorism and its actions to promote the genuine values of tolerant Islam through Imam training and urged Arab states to learn from that experience.
Morocco has also spared no effort to express support for the unity and security of Arab states against foreign interferences and stands with Arab countries as they struggle to meet their food and water security.
Morocco’s ambassador to Egypt and its representative to the Arab League said that Rabat joined its voice to other Arab states in condemning Iranian actions aiming to destabilize the region and undermine its security.