An American magazine put the finger on Algeria’s plight since it meant to the minds of the “capranettes” that their boycott of goods coming from the ports of the Kingdom of Morocco would restrict it, as “The Maritime Executive” magazine reported that the eastern neighbor is experiencing a supply crisis because of its decision.
According to the American magazine, Algerian citizens are the most affected by the military regime’s decision, after the economic system there entered a spiral due to its collapse due to the lack of vital products, especially red meat and grains.
Like Baraqesh, a bitch who has gone mad against herself and her family, the Algerian military regime launched an attempt to fight Morocco through a decision issued by the Professional Association of Banks and Financial Institutions in Algeria, through which it prohibited its members from completing transactions related to goods shipped through Moroccan ports.
The American magazine reported that the decision of the Professional Association of Banks and Financial Institutions in Algeria sided with the instructions issued by the Ministry of Transport there, but the ban imposed on goods coming from Moroccan ports was a disaster for Algeria and Algerians due to the scarcity that has become characteristic of vital products.
“The Maritime Executive” reported that the Tangier International Port, which was originally targeted by the “cabinar system” decision, is a global icon and a maritime platform for containers, as it handles more than 8.6 million containers annually.
According to the same source, the decision of the Algerian military regime would negatively impact the economy of the eastern neighbor, as resorting to ports farther than the Tangier International Port would increase the cost of transportation and delivery, in a way that affected the purchasing power of Algerians due to the high prices of consumer goods, as a result of The reckless decision of “Cabaranat”.