The United Arab Emirates reaffirms its support for Morocco’s autonomy plan and national sovereignty

The United Arab Emirates reaffirms its support for Morocco’s autonomy plan and national sovereignty
The United Arab Emirates reaffirms its support for Morocco’s autonomy plan and national sovereignty

The United Arab Emirates reiterated, in New York, its support for the Moroccan autonomy initiative as “ the only basis » to achieve a political solution to the Sahara question which preserves the territorial integrity of Morocco.

“The State of the United Arab Emirates supports the autonomy initiative presented by Morocco in 2007 and described as serious and credible by the Security Council,” underlined the Emirati representative, Aysha Almenhali, during the ordinary session of the Committee of the UN 24 (C24) which takes place from June 10 to 21.

The diplomat affirmed that for her country, the autonomy plan “is the only basis for achieving a just and lasting political solution to the question of the Moroccan Sahara which is consistent with the Charter of the United Nations and which preserves territorial integrity of the Kingdom of Morocco.

She also underlined that her country reaffirms its “total support” for the sovereignty of the Kingdom of brother Morocco over the entire Moroccan Sahara region and welcomes the notable efforts that the Kingdom is deploying for the development of the southern provinces through investments and projects.

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The diplomat, at the same time, renewed the “firm support” of the State of the United Arab Emirates to Morocco in its just causes within regional and international forums to preserve its sovereignty, as well as the security and unity of his lands.

She also stressed that her country supports the measures that Morocco is taking to defend its legitimate rights.

The speaker also welcomed the talks that the Personal Envoy of the UN Secretary-General for the Moroccan Sahara, Staffan de Mistura, had with the parties concerned during his recent regional tour with a view to relaunching the political process. .

She noted the importance of the constructive engagement of all parties in these efforts in accordance with Security Council resolution 2703.

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