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Sunday, April 14, 2024
Written Press

Morocco's stance on the Sahara issue has been boosted by the increasing international support for the Kingdom's autonomy proposal, said Sudanese paper "Al Rai Al'am".



In a article entitled "the majority of U.S. Congressmen call Obama to support the Moroccan autonomy proposal," the paper noted that the proposal enjoys strong worldwide support from parties that consider it "the ideal and appropriate solution" for a conflict that has long lasted.

   It also noted the current dynamic within the international community as well as the ongoing visits and initiatives in the region.

   The paper cited the letter addressed by some 229 American representatives, Democrats and Republicans, to President Barack Obama, in which they expressed their concern over the "increasing threats by Al Qaeda and other terrorist groups in North Africa."

   "This letter reiterates the historical  support of the Republican and Democratic parties within the Congress for the Moroccan proposal which was already backed by 173 Congressmen in a similar letter addressed to President Bush in 2007 ," the paper underlined.

   According to the Sudanese paper, the persistence of this issue has security-related fallouts” for the countries of the region with the proliferation of extremist groups, noting that the polisario is part of this as it has links with these groups, which causes fears in the northern bank of the Mediterranean and Western countries in general.

Source: MAP
 

 

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