In his August 20 speech, King Mohammed VI specifically cited Germany as one of the countries that have a constructive attitude on the Western Sahara issue. A leap in avant when we know that a year ago, at the same time, any political cooperation with Berlin was non-existent. In fact, reconciliation had its effective starting point with the meeting by videoconference of the two Ministers of Foreign Affairs, Nasser Bourita and Annalena Baerbock, on February 16.
In the wake of this discussion, the “Wilhelmstrasse” (nickname of the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs foreign) issued a statement in which the two ministers agreed to “reconnect with the special quality of bilateral relations in all areas”. After six months of normalization, it is clear that actions have joined words. Ministers, Secretaries of State and leading personalities exchange all over the place in all areas – diplomacy, economy, security, finance, environment…
Morocco-Germany: official end of the diplomatic crisis