The definition of the Maghreb Union is drawn from a historic reference and based on current reality.
The Maghreb is an ancient geographical space extending from Libya at the east, passing through the desert of Ténéré, and all the way to the Atlantic shores of Morocco and Mauritania.
The Union expresses itself through a rooted civilisation with its culture and heritage innately witnessed by Maghreb people. This civilisation has thwarted all attempts of alienation by nationalist and dogmatic ideologies.
After their emergence, modern national political entities have been revolving in the cultural and historic orbit of Maghreb states, and will always do so.
The foundations of the Maghreb Union are multiple and diverse, including: historic, cultural, geographical, economic, and social.
The Maghreb is a diverse space within a clear framework of civilisation and geography where Amazigh culture plays a significant role alongside other influences, whether they are African, Mediterranean, Arab, Islamic, or human in general.