MADRID, 3 Feb. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The Minister for Equality, Irene Montero, did not want to assess whether she considers that a new stage has begun between Spain and Morocco after King Mohamed VI's attitude at the High Level Meeting (RAN) held in Rabat.
The Government has highlighted the "record number" of agreements that have been signed between the two countries, describing the RAN as "successful". The Foreign Minister, José Manuel Albares, has stressed that a "road map" has been achieved with "a new dynamic" and the will that is "mutually beneficial".
"I don't want to get into assessing that," Montero pointed out in an interview on Radio Nacional, collected by Europa Press, when asked if he considers the RAN as the beginning of a new stage between the two countries.
In any case, the minister stressed that the conditions were not met to participate in that summit because they continue to be in "deep disagreement" with "this shift and this unilateral decision to change Spain's historical position towards the Sahara."
However, Montero has pointed out that the foreign minister or any other person designated by the president can speak of this summit in a much more qualified way. "I, for example, had no responsibility at that summit", he has settled himself.