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Thursday, May 23, 2024
Written Press

The United Nations has definitively eliminated the referendum option, describing the autonomy plan for the Moroccan Sahara as "serious, realistic and credible"

Peruvian daily La Razón writes that Peru-Morocco relations, which are celebrating their 60th anniversary this year, have been elevated to the level of a multidimensional and multisectoral partnership.


In an opinion piece titled "Peru-Morocco: The need to consolidate relations", journalist Ricardo Sanchez Serra emphasized that in 2024, Peru and Morocco will celebrate the 60th anniversary of their bilateral relations, an ideal opportunity to work within the framework of a diverse and multisectoral partnership covering politics, diplomacy, trade and culture, noting that it is a decisive step for relations to be considered strategic between Lima and Rabat.

In his article, Sanchez Serra reviewed the various aspects of economic and social development in the Kingdom, especially in the southern provinces, stopping at the mega project of the Atlantic port of Dakhla, which "will overlook our continent and will be our gateway to the African continent."

The Peruvian writer and vice-president of the South American journalists' union noted that "the Atlantic Morocco is a strategic vision that represents a real opportunity that must be exploited to put ourselves at the gates of the continent of the future."

In a related context, it is very important to establish links between the best port in the Mediterranean - the fourth in the world according to the World Bank report - Tanger Med, and the ports of Caiao and Chancay, which will reflect positively on trade and economic development, as well as on international trade, as these ports are a strategic connection point between the South American and African regions, as well as their role in attracting foreign investments and promoting the development of industry.

On the other hand, Sanchez Serra emphasized that Peru and Morocco are called upon to further strengthen cooperation in other areas, including tourism, education and technology.

On the Moroccan Sahara, the Peruvian writer and expert in international relations praised the momentum and dynamism of the national cause, especially with the successive recognitions, by the vast majority of the world's countries, of the Moroccanness of the southern provinces, which constitute an integral part of the Moroccan territory.

After recalling that the United Nations has definitively eliminated the referendum option and described the autonomy plan in the Moroccan Sahara as "serious, realistic and credible," he highlighted the importance of some 30 countries opening consulates in the cities of Dakhla and Laayoune, calling on his country to follow the example of many African, Arab and Latin American countries and open a Peruvian consulate in the Moroccan Sahara.

The Peruvian expert concluded that Morocco is the safest and most stable country in the region, globally recognized for its expertise in combating cross-border crime, terrorism and drug trafficking and in managing migration flows, calling on his country to engage in multidimensional cooperation with the Kingdom within the framework of a strategic alliance that combines words with deeds.

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