The United States supports Morocco’s plan for Sahara autonomy

November 24, 2021 – 19:00 – World


The United States has reiterated its support for Morocco, ruling that the Kingdom’s Sahara Autonomous Plan is a “realistic” solution.

A U.S. State Department spokeswoman who took part in a meeting between Moroccan Foreign Minister Nasser Purida and his co – Minister Anthony Blingen in Washington noted that the United States “considers the Moroccan Autonomy Plan to be serious and credible and realistic.”

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On the same issue, both sides expressed support for the new personal envoy of the United Nations Secretary-General, Stephen de Mistura, to direct the UN-sponsored political activities in the Sahara.

In addition to the Sahara issue, Bourita and Blinken cited the “most important” tripartite agreement between the United States, Morocco and Israel, a ministry spokesman said.

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In this regard, they said, “December 22 marks the first anniversary of the joint declaration between Morocco, Israel and the United States.

“A long-standing bilateral partnership is rooted in the common interests of regional peace, security and prosperity,” they recalled, summarizing the report.

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