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Visiting President of the parliamentarian majority group in Peru, Luis Javier Gonzales Posada Eyzaguirre deemed, here Friday, the vote of the United Nations General Assembly (UN GA) on the Sahara "a clear turning point" in favor of the autonomy project, which Morocco proposes to settle the Sahara dispute.



 Peru backs Morocco's territorial integrity, Posada told press at the end of a meeting with the Chairman of the Royal Advisory Council for Sahrawi Affairs, Khalihenna Ould Errachid, recalling that his country abstained from voting at the last UN General Assembly in favor of an Algerian draft on the Sahara.

 The Sahara issue was triggered in the mid-seventies by the claim of the Algeria-backed "Polisario" to separate the Moroccan southern provinces, known as the Sahara, from the motherland, after they were retrieved from Spanish rule in line with the Madrid accords signed in 1975.

He also stressed the importance of dialogue in the conflicts resolution, calling to promote dialogue with Latin America countries to acquaint them with the realities of the Sahara issue.

 The Peruvian MP  hailed the excellent relations between Morocco and Peru, deeming them "exemplary". Luis Javier Gonzales Posada, who is on a visit to the kingdom till January 10, also met Moroccan Prime Minister Driss Jettou.

 

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