العربية

Cautious calm in Algeria-Mali relations

On January 25, Mali’s military junta declared the immediate termination of the peace and reconciliation agreement sponsored by Algeria in 2015, attributing its decision to the failure of other signatories to honor their commitments, specifically “the Front for the Coordination of Azawad Movements.” In addition, the junta announced the formation of a committee to organize an internal national peace dialogue with the forces in the north, which raises concerns about the consequences of renewed tension in relations between Algeria and Mali.

Algeria responded to the current tensions in its diplomatic relationship with Mali by emphasizing that its actions come within the framework of supporting the reconciliation agreement, especially since Algeria is interested in promoting itself as an influential actor in mediation processes and bringing regional peace and stability, whether in Mali or other Sahel-Saharan countries. Moreover, Algeria is concerned about any possible consequences of the termination of the aforementioned agreement, as this would imply the intervention of other regional parties or that the internal crisis in Bamako would divert into a regional one.

For more details, please follow the link: https://ncmes.org/3193/

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