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Is it a declaration of estrangement?

- Algeria announced the suspension of the Treaty of Friendship and Cooperation with Spain, and this is due to Spain's position on the Algerian-Moroccan dispute


- Algeria believes that Spain's position is contrary to international legitimacy, which is imposed on it by its status as a managing power


- Spain expressed its regret over this decision, which comes after the escalation of tension between the two countries


- This tension came because of the Spanish Foreign Minister's response to the Algerian president's statements, which angered the Algerian Foreign Ministry.


- This decision caused concern for the Spanish government over Algerian gas exports, but the Algerian president stressed Algeria's commitment to supplying Spain with gas.


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