Saturday, October 22, 2005

IT ALMOST SOUNDS... like a warning:
The Spanish Minister of Foreign Affairs, Miguel Angel Moratinos, has said Thursday in Madrid that he regrets the Spanish public opinion's misunderstanding of Morocco, reported MAP news agency.

At the Spanish-Moroccan conference, opened Thursday in Madrid, Moratinos deemed it “difficult to sensitise some sectors of the Spanish public opinion to the vital importance of having good and pacific relations with Morocco.”

He explained that this misunderstanding is due to the prejudices and stereotypes which affect the Spanish public opinion.

Moratinos said that the Spanish opinion sector must understand that Spain's stability depends on the pacific relations with Morocco.
What side is this guy on?

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