Morocco suspends all contacts with German embassy in Rabat
RABAT – Morocco’s foreign ministry called Monday for all members of the government to “suspend all contacts" with the German embassy in the North African kingdom, according to a letter received by Middle East Online.
Moroccan Foreign Minister Nasser Bourita said that “because of the deep misunderstandings with Germany on the subject of fundamental questions of the Kingdom of Morocco, the ministerial departments and all the bodies which come under their supervision, are requested to kindly suspend all contacts, interactions or cooperation actions, in any case or in any form, both with the German Embassy in Morocco, the German cooperation organisations and political foundations linked to it.”
“Any derogation from this suspension can only be done on the basis of a prior explicit agreement from the Foreign Ministry of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans Residing Abroad, said Bourita in the letter.
Bourita said that his department had also taken the decision to suspend all contacts with the German Embassy in Morocco.