Algerian Army Chief of Staff, Lieutenant General Said Chengriha, visited to the fourth military district in the south of the country and said that his country prefers an approach based on assisting African countries that suffer problems with security without interfering in their internal affairs.
In a speech, Chengriha affirmed that Algeria has always stood by African countries, especially by backing them in settling their security issues through preferring internal solutions, respecting the sovereignty of states and rejecting interference in their internal affairs.
The lieutenant general praised the good efforts exerted by the president of the republic that aim to strengthen Algeria’s regional role through its constant endeavor to be a factor of stability in the region and to contribute to the sustainable development of neighboring countries.
The director of the Central Judicial Research Office of the General Directorate for monitoring the national territory of Morocco, Haboub Al-Sharqawi, announced in an interview with the Israeli Channel i24NEWS that there are links between Iran and the Polisario Front.
There has been a real threat against Morocco coming from Iran and Hezbollah with the help of Algeria since 2017. Iran has been supporting the Polisario Front through Hezbollah and with the help of Algeria, according to Al-Sharqawi.
It is worth noting that the Algerian authorities have repeatedly denied these Moroccan accusations and even accused Rabat of settling with the Zionist entity with all the risks to the region’s security.
Moroccan Foreign Minister Nasser Bourita warned on 4 October, 2022, that the acquisition of drones by non-state actors poses a threat to international peace and security.
These armed non-state actors have no legal responsibility, because they are not parties to disarmament agreements or agreements to use weapons, unlike most other governments, except for Israel, that has illegally obtained nuclear weapons.
According to the same Zionist website, the former Interior Minister of the Polisario Front, Omar Mansour, from Mauritania, announced that the separatist front is about to use drones against Morocco.
i24NEWS revealed how the Polisario Front, based in Tindouf, Algeria, worked to organize a large-scale illicit money laundering network based in Spain, linked to the Lebanese Hezbollah.
Iranian drones are being deployed in North Africa, posing a direct threat to Morocco. Iran has built generations of drones, large and small, but they are increasingly sophisticated.
The captured American aircraft inspired Iranian engineers, and some advanced technologies have been integrated.
Iran has concluded that its strength lies not in the competition of power for power; but in helping unequal conflicts, which is why it spends a lot of money and time on terrorism, a lot of money and time on ballistic missiles.
Morocco has expressed real concerns about these aircraft; while they may not win the war, they can inflict serious damage on a variety of targets, from tourist centres to military installations to vital energy networks and power plants.
Middle East Monitor / ABC Flash Point News 2023.