Morocco's stance on fighting terrorism is firm, unambiguous, official says.
Rabat - The position of Morocco regarding the fight against terrorism is firm and unambiguous, State Secretary to the Foreign Ministry, Latifa Akharbach, said on Tuesday. AaAaAa Morocco proved its strong and responsible commitment at the international level concerning the fight against terrorism, as shown by its adherence to all international conventions related to this matter, its contribution to the international community's efforts in fighting this phenomenon and its active role as part of the global initiative to combat nuclear terrorism, Akharbach said in a meeting with visiting British security minister, Lord West of Spithead. AaAaAaAaAa Akharbach said that the global national strategy to counter terrorism does not focus exclusively on security, since it prioritize also social development to protect the Moroccan society against all forms of radicalism and fanaticism.Aa AaAaAaAa Referring to the links between separatism, terrorism and all kinds of trafficking, the Moroccan official said that separatism is an objective ally of terrorism as shown by the latest events in the Sahelo-Saharan region bordering the Kingdom's southern provinces. AaAaAaAa The obstructionism of the enemies of Morocco's territorial integrity to all prospects of a negotiated political solution to the artificial conflict on the Moroccan Sahara hinders the region's countries ability to counter security threats, she said. AaAaAa Lord West of Spithead said that Morocco's favorable strategic position makes it a unique and remarkable country, hailing measures taken by the country to fight extremism and radicalism. Aa
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|Date:||Dec 8, 2009|
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