WorldArab Parliament condemns Macron's remarks on Algeria

Arab Parliament condemns Macron’s remarks on Algeria

In a statement, the Arab Parliament reacted to French President Macron, who targeted Algeria and its past.

Describing Macron’s statements as “irresponsible and unacceptable”, the Arab Parliament announced that it “strongly” condemned the French President.

“The Arab Parliament stands by Algeria against all kinds of abuses that will touch the identity, historical heritage and achievements of Algeria and its leadership, written with the blood of millions of witnesses,” the statement said. statements were included.

In the statement, which called for respecting the sovereignty of the Algerian state and not interfering in its internal affairs, it was stated that the Arab Parliament reiterated its support for the “promising democratization path of Algeria under the leadership of President Abdulmecid Tebboune”.

Following Macron’s words published in Le Monde newspaper on Saturday, October 2, that Algeria built its colonial history on hatred of France, the Algerian government announced that it closed its airspace to French military aircraft on Sunday, October 3rd.

In a written statement made by the Presidency of Algeria on Macron’s statements, “Macron’s comments are an unacceptable insult to the memory of the 5 million 630,000 martyrs who sacrificed themselves with the valiant resistance against French colonialism (between 1830 and 1962).” statement was included.

It was noted in the statement that Algeria’s absolute rejection of intervening in its internal affairs, and that President Abdulmecid Tebbun immediately summoned the Algerian Ambassador to Paris, Mohammed Anter Davud, to the country for consultation.

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