The Malian Prime Minister criticizes the Algerian regime and condemns its hostile acts.

Malian Prime Minister Soumeylou Boubeye Maïga criticized the Algerian regime and its repeated attempts to interfere in Mali’s internal affairs and destabilize its stability.

During a speech to a crowd of representatives of political parties and civil society in Mali, the Malian official attacked Algerian politicians by speaking of “diplomatic tensions” in relations between his country and Algeria due to a “series of unilateral hostile and unfriendly acts” on the part of the Algerian military regime.

The Malian Prime Minister said that Algerian officials are not welcome in Mali, justifying the termination of the agreement with Algeria due to the failure of Algerian diplomatic efforts, stressing that this decision “results from the absence of results of international mediation led by Algeria”.

It became clear Algeria’s negative role in Mali and its blatant intervention in Mali’s internal affairs through Algerian President Abdelmajid Tebboune’s repeated receptions for extremist Sheikh Mohamed Diko.”

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