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No date is set for the next Morocco-Spain summit

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Spain's ruling left-wing coalition government is struggling to put forward a specific date for the next high-level meeting with Morocco. On Thursday, the Spanish Foreign minister told the National Radio of Spain (RNE). Arancha González Laya explained that unlike her previous declaration, the meeting may not take place in March as predicted.

«We are working on setting an exact date», she said, recalling the postponement of the summit, initially scheduled for December 17, was due to «health and not political reasons». On December 10, Pedro Sanchez used the same arguments to justify the adjournment.

For the record, the Minister told Canal Sur Radio, earlier in January, that she had a phone call on December 30 with her Moroccan counterpart, Nasser Bourita, to «start the preparation of the next high-level meeting which could be held around February».

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