Local Moroccan media reported on March 1 that the Moroccan Ministry of Foreign Affairs decided to suspend all contacts with the German Embassy in Morocco.
According to a statement issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Morocco, the reason for this decision was due to “Germany’s misunderstanding of the core issues of concern to the Kingdom of Morocco”.
It is reported that the Moroccan Ministry of Foreign Affairs has asked all subordinate departments and groups to stop all forms of contact, contact and cooperation with the German Embassy.
The statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Morocco did not provide further explanations for the “German misunderstanding” mentioned in the article, although some media speculated that it might be related to Germany’s position on Western Sahara.
There have also been reports that this is related to Germany’s refusal to extradite a terrorist suspect named Mohamed Hajib to Morocco.