RABAT - Morocco has no plans to send troops to Mali although the north African kingdom supports France's intervention against Islamist militants there, the Moroccan interior minister said on Friday.
"This is not on the agenda," Mohand Laenser told a press conference about the possibility of sending troops, after a meeting with interior ministers from France, Spain and Portugal.
"We support all efforts which help Mali remain united and protect its institutions. France's intervention is such a case and we are not against it."
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