The Republic of Guinea expresses its support for the Moroccan character of the Sahara

The Republic of Guinea expressed, Friday before the Fourth Committee of the UN General Assembly, its support for the Moroccan character of the Sahara and for the autonomy initiative presented by the Kingdom as “a compromise solution in accordance with international law “.

“In the quest for the settlement of this regional dispute, it must be recognized that the Kingdom of Morocco has made serious efforts within the framework of its autonomy initiative, in particular by initiating institutional and economic reforms aimed at promoting human rights. man and development in the southern provinces, “Kélétigui Fama Toure, Ambassador, Charge d’Affaires of Guinea to the UN, Kélétigui Fama Toure, told the members of the Commission.

“Having regard to the results already palpable in these localities, the Republic of Guinea considers that the Moroccan autonomy initiative is a compromise solution in accordance with international law and the resolutions of the General Assembly and the Security Council”, a- he stressed.

And to note that from year to year, “the question of the Moroccan Sahara is at the heart of our debates in the Fourth Committee. This undoubtedly denotes the capital importance of the said question for the stability of the region, in particular”.

“In this regard, my country welcomes the holding of two round tables in Geneva bringing together the parties concerned. This new impetus given to the political process by the Secretary-General is highly beneficial,” said Mr. Toure.

“The Republic of Guinea remains convinced that the solution to the question of the Moroccan Sahara cannot be solved without an inclusive dialogue and respect by the parties of the commitments made. It launches a vibrant appeal to all stakeholders in the political process to fully commit to it in a spirit of realism and compromise in order to achieve a happy, realistic, pragmatic and lasting outcome, ”the Ambassador stressed.

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“I cannot end my remarks without thanking the Moroccan government for the facilities it kindly granted to my country during the opening of the Guinean Consulate General in Dakhla, which reflects the excellence of relations between our two countries”, he concluded.


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