Emmanuel Macron announces that he will visit Morocco at the end of October

First meeting between Emmanuel Macron and Mohammed VI in June 2017. REUTERS / Alain Jocard / Pool Returning from his official trip to Algeria, the French president, during his presence at an electro festival in France, incidentally declared to Moroccans crossed in the rue that he plans to go to Morocco at the end of October. A revelation that foreshadows an end to the crisis in perspective between Paris and Rabat? A reconciliation between Paris and Rabat in perspective? Returning from his working visit to Algeria where he concluded a new partnership with President Abdelmadjid Tebboune, Emmanuel Macron took the road directly to Le Touquet to spend a last private weekend there before the start of the school year, in the company of the First Lady, Brigitte Macron. The President of the French Republic attended the Touquet Music Beach concerts there from the VIP area. Coming out of the musical evening, relaxed and smiling, Macron had a brief exchange with passers-by, including Moroccans (probably MREs). One of them asked him about his visit to the Eastern neighbor: “Algeria, how was it? “. “Great…” replied the French president, before being taken up by one of his interlocutors “As in Morocco? “, while another launched “And the Moroccan Sahara…”. “I will go to Morocco… You know all the problems (laughs)… I will go to Morocco at the end of October”, then dropped the tenant of the Elysée. 🇫🇷🇲🇦 FLASH | Back from Algeria, Macron reveals to MREs in Le Touquet that he will be making a state visit to Morocco towards the end of October. pic.twitter.com/nf3xXzyKsx — Morocco Intelligence (@MoroccoIntel) August 28, 2022 Emmanuel Macron's revelation gives new meaning to hitherto strained relations with the Kingdom, King Mohammed VI had, in his August 20 speech sent a “clear message” to the “traditional and new allies” of Morocco, demanding from them a clarification of their position on the “crucial” question of the Sahara, which the Sovereign declared, is the “prism” of all international relations. A message that everyone interpreted as mainly intended for France in the context of the “visa crisis”, among other disputes. The visit thus announced incidentally by the French president was preceded at the level of the French chancellery in Rabat by a movement to come. The French ambassador, Hélène Le Gal, is due to leave her post in October and fly to Brussels to take up the strategic position for Paris of “Ms. North Africa” ​​with the European Union. ©️Copyright Pulse Media. All rights reserved.Reproduction and distribution prohibited (photocopies, intranet, web, messaging, newsletters, monitoring tools) without written authorization