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Netanyahu Talks with Morocco’s King and invites him to Israel to further strengthen bilateral ties
Middle East & Africa

Netanyahu Talks with Morocco’s King and invites him to Israel to further strengthen bilateral ties

Netanyahu Talks with Morocco’s King: On Friday, the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has a phone conversation with Morocco’s King Mohammed VI to reinforce bilateral relations and also invited him to visit Israel, Netanyahu’s office stated. 

The two chiefs talked about advancing with a US-brokered agreement that was declared recently to normalize diplomatic ties, as per the Israeli statement.

Netanyahu expressed gratitude toward King Mohammed for facilitating an official Israeli delegation this week. 

Morocco joins Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates, and Sudan is starting to manage the deal with Israel, helped by the US to introduce a united front against the Iran regime and move back Tehran’s regional impact.

Palestinians have criticized the US-brokered agreement, witnessing disloyalty of a long-standing demand that Israel must first satisfy their statehood demand.

As the Trump regime seeks to isolate Israel’s main adversary Iran, the agreement has been improved with guarantees of business openings or monetary aid. 

On 23 Dec, Moroccan and Israeli authorities likewise marked agreements on financial systems and aviation, visa waivers for diplomatic passports, and water control.

His Highness King Mohammed highlighted the close ties between the Moroccan Jewish people and the government, the Royal Court stated. 

While welcoming the renewal of relations with Israel, His Highness said Morocco’s position in regards to Palestine stays unaltered. 

Rabat supports the two-state settlement and the exceptional character of Jerusalem as a city of three religions. 

During the meeting, Chief Economist at the Finance Ministry Shira Greenberg consented to a deal for businesses in finance with the Ministry of Economy and Finance in Morocco. 

Some portion of the agreement incorporates the advancement of different monetary joint efforts, reducing investment restrictions, sharing of data in the zones of the monetary regulations.

Moroccan Closeness To Israel Has Geopolitical Connotations
Geopolitics

Moroccan Closeness To Israel Has Geopolitical Connotations

Moroccan Closeness To Israel: Morocco has its many geopolitical reasons to have come closer to Israel. While researchers and thinkers are critical of this alliance, Rabat has taken a safe route for the time being. The growing activity of extremists is one reason that Rabat felt it needed to do something to solidify its territory. 

According to Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, an adviser to Iran’s parliamentary speaker, Morocco’s normalisation of relations with Israel is a betrayal and a stab in the back of Palestine. However, by shaking hands with Israel, Morocco is planning to act as bridge between Israel and the Palestinian people.

This would probably explain the friendly phone call and pleasantries that were exchanged recently between King Mohammed VI and Benjamin Netanyahu. As a joint treaty has already been signed between the nations, it becomes easier for the Moroccan monarch to stress attachment to the rights of the Palestinians to establish their independent state. 

King Mohammed VI therefore echoed Morocco’s determination to contribute to finding a solution to the Palestinian cause during a phone call with the Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.

The Kingdom of Morocco continues to feel troubled by the rise of Islamist extremism. At least a hundred or even many more Moroccan Sahrawis are reportedly fighting with Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb, or (AQIM), presumably to acquire terrorist skills to bring back home to Morocco’s homeland. Moroccan Security experts somehow are not relying on Joe Biden new administration’s approach to dealing with (AQIM). Their alternate policy redirects them to Israel instead. 

Whether Benjamin Netanyahu will keep his side of the deal, is extremely doubtful owing to his self-centered tactics and lack of diplomacy with other nations. We have seen that clearly in the case of its relations with the other Middle Eastern nations. 

US, Israel, Morocco sign a Joint Declaration, promise to abide by the agreement
Middle East & Africa

US, Israel, Morocco sign a Joint Declaration, promise to abide by the agreement

Joint Declaration: On Thursday, Israel and Morocco consented to normalize relations in an agreement furnished with the help of the United States, making Morocco the fourth Arab nation to put aside contentions with Israel in the past few months. 

As per the agreement, the US President changed the longstanding U.S. strategy and recognized Morocco’s government over Western Sahara. 

Western Sahara is a desert area where a decades-old regional dispute has set Morocco in opposition to the Algeria-supported Polisario Front, a breakaway move that tries to build up a free state in the region. 

On Thursday, President Trump sealed an agreement over a call with Morocco’s King Mohammed VI, the White House stated.

“Another HISTORIC progress today! Our two GREAT companions, the Kingdom of Morocco and Israel have consented to full diplomatic relations an enormous achievement for peace in the Middle East!” Trump tweeted. 

Morocco is the fourth nation among the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, and Sudan to strike an agreement pointed toward normalizing relations with Israel.

A significant part of the peace deal is to introduce a unified front against Iran and move back its provincial influence. 

Palestinians have been criticizing the normalization agreement, emphasizing that the Arab nations have reversed the cause of peace by deserting a longstanding requirement that Israel surrenders land for a Palestinian state before it can gets recognized. 

The Israeli delegation and the senior advisor to the US President Jared Kushner arrived in the Kingdom since Israel and Morocco consented to set up diplomatic relations.

During the conference, King Mohammed VI praised Kushner for the “considerable work achieved since his visit to Morocco in May 2018, which made it conceivable to accomplish this historic event in favor of Morocco’s territorial integrity,” and for his endeavors to guarantee regional harmony in the Middle East. 

In a statement, Bahrain, Egypt, the UAE, welcomed the historic deal between Morocco and Israel, however, on the contrary, the Palestinian authorities censured the deal, saying it empowered Israel’s denial of their rights. Palestinians have been disparaging of all the recent agreements among Israel and Arab League nations.

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