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Friday, September 17, 2021
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 The Malian press stressed Thursday Morocco’s commitment to reach a negotiated settlement for the Sahara issue through the Moroccan initiative to negotiate an autonomy statute in the Sahara region, submitted in April to the United Nations.

 



“ through declarations made by countries throughout the world supporting this initiative, we can say without risks to be mistaken that Morocco's commitment is unshakable regarding the settlement of this conflict which divides Africans” .

Referring to the 1754 Security Council resolution on the Sahara, the paper underlines that the Moroccan initiative was greeted by the international community “because of its openness and its flexibility which creates new dynamism and a new approach in the definitive settlement of the conflict between Morocco and its adversaries who contest its sovereignty over its southern provinces”.

 According to the Malian daily, Polisario “risks to be part of a minority” since a large part of the world thinks that the Moroccan proposal is a progress to open negotiations in order to definitively settle the Sahara problem

This same source invites the other parties to “show good faith like the Kingdom of Morocco in order not to be taken as instigators of the conflict for other reasons".

"Le Républicain" daily stresses the fact that the Moroccan initiative, characterized by its openness and flexibility, was adopted by the Security Council in its resolution no 1754.

It adds that this resolution, which cancels Baker Plan, calls for a political, just, durable and mutually acceptable solution. It calls all parties and the region’s states to go on fully cooperating with the United Nations to put an end to the current deadlock and find a political solution.


For its part, "Les Echos" says that autonomy proposal submitted by Morocco is “courageous” and responds to Sahrawis aspirations.

 

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