Spain’s foreign ministry summoned Morocco’s ambassador in Madrid to clarify a pledge by its prime minister to stake claims for two Spanish enclaves in north Africa, days after the Trump administration recognized Moroccan sovereignty over the disputed Western Sahara. This, Bloomberg reports, follows remarks by Morocco’s Islamist Prime Minister to an Arab television channel in which he said his country is bound to seek dialogue with Spain over the fate of the tiny enclaves of Ceuta and Melilla which sit on the northern shores of Morocco’s Mediterranean coast and have been under Spanish control for centuries.