Despite the accusations and the growing pressure from Morocco, the Spanish Minister of Foreign Affairs, Arancha Gonzalez, did not wish to answer a question about the « threats » made by the Cherifian Kingdom in the communiqué issued on Saturday 8 May by the head of Moroccan diplomacy, Nasser Bourita.
Morocco finds it difficult to understand Spain’s position regarding the case of the Polisario Front leader, Brahim Ghali. The Spanish Minister of Foreign Affairs, Arancha Gonzalez, did not wish to answer a question on the « threats » made by the Cherifian Kingdom in the communiqué issued on Saturday 8 May by her Moroccan counterpart, Nasser Bourita.
« I have nothing to add to what I have already said » on this subject, said Arancha Gonzalez briefly, from Paraguay where she is on a working visit, in response to a question on this subject.
Very irritated by the reception of Brahim Ghali under a false identity and without prior notice to the Moroccan authorities, the Moroccan Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nasser Bourita, clearly stressed that « Morocco will draw all the consequences » of this decision taken by the left-wing coalition government. A passage that has focused the attention of the Iberian media.
Indeed, since 22 April, the Spanish Minister of Foreign Affairs has been putting forward, at each of her appearances before the media, « humanitarian reasons » to justify the hospitalisation of the separatist president of Western Sahara, Brahim Ghali, in a public hospital in Logroño. An answer that did not convince Rabat.