The Algerian President, Abdelmadjid Tebboune, has agreed with leaders of four countries in the region, including the head of the Presidential Council, Mohammed Menfi, to create a joint Maghreb entity, denying his directing it against any country, in reference to Morocco.

Tebboune explained, in an interview in Algeria on Sunday, that he agreed with Libya, Tunisia, and Mauritania to work together to create a joint Maghreb entity, due to the absence of joint Maghreb action, so it was agreed to hold Maghreb meetings without excluding any party, and the door is open to all.

Tebboune did not deny the possibility of Morocco joining, explaining: “The door is always open to our neighbors. But they chose other sides, and they are free.”