Diplomatic earthquake in the Gulf, Morocco opts for neutrality

Moroccan diplomacy has chosen neutrality in anticipation of further events related to the isolation of Qatar by three Gulf States (Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain), Egypt, Yemen and Libya.

Morocco responded by means of a response from the Minister of Foreign Affairs and international cooperation, Nasser Bourita. The newspaper Akhbar Al Yaoum, which today published the information, says that Morocco has opted for restraint and neutrality.

"Morocco follows the development of events in the Gulf," said the Moroccan Minister of Foreign Affairs. He stressed that the "Moroccan diplomacy, known for its restraint and wisdom, in contact with all countries to the happening well to understand".

This is the most serious diplomatic crisis since it was founded in 1981 by the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), where the countries Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain, Oman, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates part of it.