Describing the matter as a "passing cloud", al-Mansouri attributed the move to a recent report on Saudi Arabia's Al-Arabiya television channel, which, he said, had "challenged the Kingdom of Morocco's territorial integrity" - a reference to Morocco's Western Sahara region.
The ambassador added that Morocco and Saudi Arabia are bound by strong and longstanding ties that are now undergoing a "transient crisis", Le360 reported.More news: Osaka in shock split with coach
There was no official confirmation from Morocco's foreign ministry regarding the recall, the Reuters news agency reported.
"Morocco no longer takes part in military interventions or ministerial meetings in the Saudi-led coalition", wrote AP, quoting a Moroccan official who requested anonymity.
Morocco had already scaled back its involvement in coalition activities in May 2015, after one of its F-16 fighter jets was reportedly shot down by the Houthis.More news: Kevin Durant elaborates on heated exchange with media
The documentary was aired weeks after Morocco's Minister of Foreign Affairs Nasser Bourita told Al Jazeera that Morocco's participation in the Yemen war has changed due to humanitarian reasons.
He added that the diplomatic ties will resume their previous strength because both countries have strong historical bonds.
Bourita also hinted that Rabat had serious reservations about Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's recent tour of other Arab countries, amid global condemnation of the killing of Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudi Embassy in Istanbul.
Yemen's four-year war and ensuing economic collapse have unleashed the world's most urgent humanitarian crisis with 14 million of its 29 million population staring at starvation.More news: Coach Warren Gatland warns no-holds barred as Wales target record
Rabat also stayed notably silent in the Jamal Khashoggi killing, while the Saudi royal family cancelled their annual holiday plans to Morocco a year ago.