The Islamic Republic of Iran and the Kingdom of Morocco A study of the political relations between the two countries after the Iranian revolution in 1979
Volume 12, Issue 39, Pages 43-74
AbstractThe Iranian-Moroccan relations after the Iranian revolution of 1979 were characterized by instability, Due to the repetition of tension and political rupture between the two countries, Relations between the two countries broke off in 1981 and continued for 10 years until 1991, After vigorous diplomatic efforts by both sides, After which the relations will witness a situation of relative stability and cooperation that continued until 2009, To return to the state of tension and then cut ties against the backdrop of a number of accusations filed by Morocco justified it, Relations between the two countries have been cut off for seven years to resume again in late 2016, Its appeal lasted more than a year and a half until Morocco announced on May 1, 2018, that it would sever its political relations once again with Iran, Accusing the latter of interfering in its internal affairs, supporting the Polisario Front and cooperating with Algeria against Morocco.
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