Close
Log in
Please enter your login details

Skip to main content

Breaking News
  • Finland has conditionally backed an application to build a nuclear reactor in the north of the country, prompting the Greens to quit the administration
  • Vladimir Putin says Western sanctions against Russia violate principles of World Trade Organisation
  • Armed Shi’ite rebels push into Yemen’s capital Sanaa after clashing with the army in the city’s northwest outskirts
  • IPSOS MORI poll shows 53 percent of Scottish voters support staying in the United Kingdom
|

The Moroccan Interior Minister said his government supports French military action in Mali, as he hosted his counterparts from France, Spain and Portugal for a security summit.

Mohand Laenser also stressed that the four countries have a long history of cooperation in the region:

“It is a cooperation that has always existed on bilateral and multilateral levels to face the problems in the region,” Laenser said.

Morocco has no plans to send its own troops to Mali.

Copyright © 2014 euronews

More about:
|