The US president was quite keen to put Morocco in a situation where both parties can get benefits. As the western Sahara region became bone of contention between Morocco and Algeria, Morocco has been pushed to get their land with some additive gains and losses. It has been confirmed by the Morocco’s royal cabinet and Ministry of Foreign Affairs that the relationships have been come to normalization with different clauses set for the agreement.
This partial agreement between the two countries will allow to establish direct flights, promote economic and technological cooperation. Morocco will establish the relationship with Israel on the basis of developing and sharing of economic trade. The deal has allowed Morocco to get $1 billion arms sales which might help them in getting more equipped on their borders.
The news has come with a great surprise for the Moroccan citizens and other countries around the world, most commonly the Middle East and North Africa region (MENA). The foreign policy office Domaine Reserve has tried to establish a strong relationship with the US State and Pentagon, as Donald Trump is about to be departed from the White House. The Moroccan regime seeing this as golden opportunity to affirm its stakes over the western Sahara region and establish the International recognition over its rights.
With the strong interest over the land, there are few points to ponder as how to see this decision with different perspectives.
Domestic Outlook of this situation will considerably be quite complicated as ever. With strong sentiments over the Palestinian rights and potent nationalist will have their own say. Some might argue it as a religious affair but the state that is build by over 96% Muslims will definitely discuss what make the kingdom took this decision. The other side is the national patriots who would stand with the decision as the dispute has prolonged for years.
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