The South American press directly accuses Algeria

The assault led a week ago by sub-Saharan migrants against the metal fence separating the cities of Nador and Melilla was mentioned by many media in South America. The latter pointed the finger at the real instigators of the violent assault, in other words Algeria.

The Argentinian, Colombian and Peruvian press immediately raised the involvement of the ” neighbour Algerian in the assault against the fence separating the Moroccan city of Nador and the Spanish enclave Melilla.

According to the Argentine press agency Alternative Press Agency », in an article signed by the writer Adalberto Agozino, he was « obvious that the tragedy of Nador was orchestrated by Algeria against Morocco and Spain, as revenge for having thwarted four decades of Algerian expansionist ambitions on the Sahara, through the separatists of the polisario “, adding that” this type of low maneuvering which exploits the needs and the desperation of many poor Africans reveals, on the part of Algeria, a total disregard for human rights and demonstrates that this country will not hesitate to use all means to achieve its hegemonic ambitions in the Maghreb region “.

The renowned Peruvian news site, for its part, considered that this assault is ” yet another episode in the agony experienced by the Algerian dictatorial regime, whose sole objective is to export its serious internal problems by destabilizing the region, interfering in the internal affairs of neighboring countries and squandering millions of dollars country’s oil revenue “.

The main objective of the dying Algerian generals », continues « Guik “, which failed diplomatically according to the newspaper in the Moroccan Sahara file, consists in using these tragic events to “ tarnish the reputation of Morocco and its leadership in Africa in terms of migration policy “, thus applauding the” humanist politics led by Morocco and which has regularized the legal situation of thousands of migrants, mostly from countries in sub-Saharan Africa “.

Another Peruvian news site “ Abeja came back to the positions taken by African ambassadors accredited to Morocco who praised the humanist migration policy adopted by Morocco, under the impetus of King Mohammed VI, expressing their full availability to collaborate with the Moroccan authorities on this matter.

For his part, ” The Razon “, which is also a Peruvian newspaper, did not fail to repeat the declarations of the Chadian ambassador to Morocco, Mahamat Abdel Rassoul, who praised the King’s migration policy, recalling that the Sovereign gave his High Instructions to put sheltered all foreigners and migrants who work, study and live in Morocco.

We live in Morocco and we know how the Moroccan brothers carry out their policy towards our students, our migrants and our workers in the Kingdom “, raised the Chadian ambassador recalling that the AU had entrusted King Mohammed VI with the management of the file ” very relevant and very sensitive of migration.

El Siete which is a Chilean newspaper, writes that “ the joint conclusion of Rabat and Madrid about the onslaught of migrants in Nador is that “ human smuggling mafias tricked migrants into defying security guards and violently storming the fence separating Nador and Melilla, which caused the tragedy.

On the Colombian side, the daily Primicia writes that Morocco’s migration policy has always been respectful of the dignity and rights of migrants, emphasizing the character “ humanist, inclusive and supportive » of the policy of integration of migrants in Morocco

Also, the newspaper recalled that Morocco has implemented from 2013, a strategy to regularize the situation of migrants who benefit from the same services as Moroccans, specifying that more than 12,000 students, 90% of whom are scholarship holders from Morocco , benefit from this cooperation policy. Other sub-Saharan citizens work in different sectors of the country and are fully integrated into Moroccan society.

Our mission as journalists is to give context to the news and to approach the facts from their genesis and their evolution. This tragedy, which we all regret, highlights a little-known situation which, unfortunately, is repeated in many countries, on different continents, and highlights the actions of criminal gangs smuggling human beings and arms which , regardless of nationality or religion, treat human beings as commodities for quick gain, without any assessment of the consequences of their actions writes Primicia.


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