The former Spanish Foreign Minister, Arancha Gonzalez Laya, was also summoned, against the background of receiving the leader of the Polisario Front, Ibrahim Ghali, on Spanish soil.
The leader of the Polisario Front, Ibrahim Ghali, had caused a diplomatic crisis between Madrid and Rabat in April 2021, according to Spanish media.
The head of the office of former Minister Camilo Villarino confirmed that it was Minister Gonzalez Laya who had ordered him to arrange the entry of Ibrahim Ghali on April 18 to Spain, through the air base located in Zaragoza.
He added: "Ibrahim Ghali" entered to receive treatment in a hospital in Logroño for humanitarian reasons, stressing that "the decision was not taken only by Gonzalez Laya, but there are other parties that entered the line of issue."
In June 2021, Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez dismissed Gonzalez Laya from her position, and Spain's ambassador to France, Jose Manuel, was appointed as Minister of Foreign Affairs, placing among his priorities the improvement of his country's relations with Morocco and the United States of America.
The date of Gonzalez's appearance before the court has not yet been set for procedural reasons, related to not specifying her place of residence to submit the summons to her in person.
The Spanish Foreign Minister, Jose Manuel Alparis, intends to hold a virtual meeting, with his Moroccan counterpart, Nasser Bourita, at the request of the former.
The expected meeting is taking place "within the diplomatic agenda of the Spanish Minister, Jose Manuel Alparis, who is currently in New York to attend the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly," according to the Spanish news agency EFE.