The newspaper quoted the statement of lawyer to the Paris Court of Appeal Hubert Ceylan, who underlined that the Sahara is indisputably Moroccan in spite of the maneuvers of the "polisario", and his ally and financier Algeria, adding that this position is an addition to the opinions of many international analysts and observers who defend the Moroccan aspect of the Sahara.
Ceylan also noted the dynamism triggered by the opening by several African countries of consulates general in the southern provinces of the Kingdom, specifying that Algeria, by making part of its territory available to the "polisario" confirms that it is a party to this artificial conflict.
According to the newspaper, Ceylan also spoke of the situation in the Tindouf camps where thousands of Sahrawis live in poor conditions and without the minimum conditions for a decent life.
The newspaper also reported the statements of former Zambian Deputy Minister of the Interior and MP Grace Njapau Efrati, who stressed that the Moroccan autonomy proposal is the only solution to the regional dispute over the Sahara.
She also indicated that the Moroccan proposal is the only framework that meets the criteria of the United Nations Security Council to reach a realistic and lasting political solution to the artificial conflict and contribute to strengthening the African integration.
She pointed out that, since 2000, 65 member states of the United Nations have withdrawn their recognition of this fake entity, adding that the return of Morocco to the African Union has given the African family the opportunity to push this issue towards "a peaceful solution in the spirit of African consensus, dialogue and mutual respect".
Efrati also said that sixty years later, Morocco remains closely linked to the African continent, referring to the speech given by HM King Mohammed VI to the 28th summit of the African Union, which was marked by the return of the Kingdom to the AU.
She said that Morocco has reintegrated the African Union with extensive experience in strategic sectors such as the management of the migration issue, sustainable development, the fight against climate change, and began to share its experiences with others African countries.
Efrati also affirmed that the initiative of HM King Mohammed VI aiming to create an operational framework to support African countries in their different phases of the management of the coronavirus epidemic, constitutes a pragmatic initiative that is oriented towards action and another opportunity to promote African unity.