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Morocco king invites Algeria president for ‘dialogue’: FM

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Algiers cut ties with Rabat in August last year, alleging ‘hostile acts’
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Morocco king invites Algeria president for ‘dialogue’: FM

Algiers cut ties with Rabat in August last year, alleging ‘hostile acts’

3 months ago·Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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Morocco: monarch invites Algerian president for dialogue

Morocco's King Mohammed VI has invited Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune to visit the kingdom for 'dialogue', AFP has reported. According to Foreign Minister Nasser Bourita, the king was u...

3 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Mohamed VI invites the President of Algeria to a direct dialogue in Morocco

Rabat calls on Algiers to start talks to overcome the breakdown of relations following the conflict in Western Sahara, following the absence this week of the Moroccan king at the Arab summit in the Algerian capital

3 months ago·Spain
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Le roi Mohammed VI invite le président algérien à venir «dialoguer» au Maroc

Le roi Mohammed VI a invité le président algérien Abdelmadjid Tebboune à venir «dialoguer» au Maroc, faute de n'avoir pu le faire lors du sommet de...

3 months ago·Paris, France
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Mohamed VI invites the Algerian president to Rabat amid the diplomatic pulse between the two Maghreb powers

Moroccan authorities say they have reached out to their neighbor on several occasions after the breakdown of bilateral relations

3 months ago·Spain
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The King of Morocco invites the President of Algeria to a “dialogue” in Rabat

King Mohamed VI of Morocco has invited the President of Algeria, Abdelmajid Tebboune, to visit Rabat to “maintain a dialogue” on bilateral relations, which have been broken a year ago, according to a European media group in Algiers, including EFE, the head of Foreign Affairs, Naser Burita.Continue reading...

3 months ago·Granada, Spain
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