Rabat - Romania has joined the list of countries that condemn the Iranian interference in Morocco’s domestic affairs.
Rabat – Romania has joined the list of countries that condemn the Iranian interference in Morocco’s domestic affairs.
On Friday, Romanian Foreign Affairs Minister, Teodor Melescanu, expressed his approval of Morocco’s decision to cut ties with Iran, emphasizing that his country is against any interference that may undermine the stability of Morocco.
Commenting on Morocco’s diplomatic move, the Romanian official said that the stability of Morocco vital to the security of the region and the world.
Melescanu made his remarks in Rabat on Friday, during his meeting with Morocco’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Nasser Bourita.
Currently on a working visit in Rabat, the Romanian minister confirmed that Morocco can count on the support of Bucharest.
“We are against any interference by states, organizations, political parties, or others, which can affect and harm the stability of Morocco,” he added during a press conference at the end of his talks with Bourita.
On Tuesday, Morocco announced its decision to cut ties with Iran due to its involvement in delivering military equipment to the Polisario and training its militias.
The Arab League and the Gulf Cooperation Council backed Morocco’s move, calling Iran’s support of Hezbollah an attempt to “destabilize Morocco and undermine its territorial integrity.”
Gulf countries have noted that Iran “is destabilizing the security of Islamic countries by igniting sectarianism, interfering in their internal affairs, and supporting terrorism.”