Algerian President Abdel Majid Taboun stressed that his country will not abandon the Palestinian cause; Because it has to do with decolonization.
According to Russia Today, Tebun told a news conference that Algeria's pivotal role in some regional issues would be resumed.
He went on to emphasize his country's continued support for Palestine, adding:
The issue of Palestine is one of Algeria's values because of its sanctity since the presidency of Hawari Boumediene [Algeria's leader from 1965 to 1978, the fourth president of the country and a prominent figure in the Non-Aligned Movement].
Algeria is one of the few Arab and Islamic countries that has defended the rights of the Palestinian people since the beginning of the Palestinian question and has supported the cause of Al-Quds in various ways.
Since the beginning of the Palestinian people's clashes with the Zionist regime's forces during the month of Ramadan this year, Algerian officials have been following the developments in Jerusalem through contacts and coordination within the Arab world.
The Algerian president continued the press conference by criticizing Spain's policies on the Western Sahara, noting that the issue of Palestine and the issue of the Western Sahara go back to the principle of decolonization and should be supported.
Tebon called the change in Madrid's position on the Western Sahara issue morally and historically unacceptable and stressed that a Spanish solution would not be acceptable; Rather, he must accept his responsibility.
Under international law, Spain is currently an occupying country and is not allowed to cede colonial territory to another country.