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Tuesday, December 10, 2019
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The government of Antigua and Barbuda reaffirmed, on Friday in New York, the "Moroccan identity of the Sahara", and stressed that the solution to the conflict "must be under the sovereignty of the Kingdom of Morocco".


In a meeting between Foreign Minister Nasser Bourita and Paul Chet Greene, Minister of Foreign Affairs, International Trade and Immigration of Antigua and Barbuda, the Government of Saint John's reaffirmed the Moroccan identity of the Sahara, and declared that the settlement of this regional conflict must be under the sovereignty of the Kingdom of Morocco and in the respect of its territorial and national integrity, said a joint statement released following this meeting, held on Thursday on the sidelines of the 74th UN General Assembly.

In this regard, Paul Chet Greene hailed "the credible, serious and realistic Moroccan autonomy initiative, which represents the unique solution to this conflict", said the same source.

Greene also underlined that his government welcomes the commitment of the Kingdom of Morocco to the political process and its full cooperation with the UN Secretary-General and his Personal Envoy to reach a political, final and mutually acceptable solution".

 

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