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Opening of Allenby Bridge: Peace in the Middle-East

Opening of Allenby Bridge: Peace in the Middle-East

Morocco: The opening, without interruption, of the Allenby/King Hussein bridge thanks to a direct mediation by Morocco, under the leadership of HM King Mohammed VI, reflects the “pioneering role” of the Sovereign at the service of peace and stability in the Middle East, wrote Salvadorian daily “Diario El Salvador”.

This mediation “confirms the standing of Morocco as a stakeholder, mediator, and facilitator of the peace process in the Middle East,” noted the publication, which described the Kingdom as a “key player” in efforts to establish stability in this region of the world.

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