Libya news – agencies: International news agencies reported on Monday evening, June 17, a statement by an official Algerian source to postpone the Arab Maghreb Union summit indefinitely. named. The same source said that Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika – the current head of the federation – decided to postpone the summit after phone talks with Colonel Muammar Gaddafi.

And the news agency added The Algerian government said that “the date of the summit will be determined at a later time, after consultations with all parties involved.” The concerned parties.” The summit was scheduled to take place in Algiers on June 21 and 22.

Signs of a collapse in efforts to hold this summit (it is the seventh summit of the Union and the first since 1995) appeared when King Mohammed VI of Morocco announced his intention not to participate in it, and Maghreb sources suggested the absence of Mauritanian President Maaouya. Taya was also born. Colonel Muammar Gaddafi did not confirm his presence, although it was expected that Libya would take over the presidency of the Maghreb Union in the event of The summit was held successfully.

The reasons for the King of Morocco’s decision to skip the summit are due to the differences between Algeria and Morocco over the Western Sahara issue.

The Union of Arab Maghreb States was established in 1989 and brings together Between Libya, Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco and Mauritania. His career has faltered since its inception until he is sometimes described as a “paralyzed”… and at other times as a “dead who has not been buried”!!