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Friday, October 07, 2022
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Mr Khalihenna: the case of the Separatist Haidar, did not create a crisis in the Moroccan – Spanish relations

 In a televised interview with the Spanish “Cuatro” channel, Mr Khalihenna the chairman of the Royal advisory council for Saharan affairs described the operation led by the so-called Aminatou Haidar at Lanzarote airport in the Canary Islands a swindle, asserting the solid Spanish –Moroccan relation



The Chairman of the council said in the interview broadcasted by “CUATRO” on Wednesday within the framework of “Special about Haidar”that the case of the separatist Haidar did not create any crisis in the bilateral relations between Spain and Morocco, because it is “a “temporary event”

 Mr Khalihenna believes that the case of Haidar is nothing but “a political trickery” and “a misinformation to the national opinion” adding that she wanted to trick the Spanish national opinion, while she “willingly provoked this unfortunate situation, that nobody wants to occur”, and which was suggested by Algeria and Polisario


 Mr Khalihenna asserted that she may get back her Moroccan nationality, she just has to say it “clearly, to find herself in Laayoune as from tomorrow”
 Concerning the Spanish position about the Sahara conflict, Mr Khalihenna asserted that “Spain has got a vital role”, and it changed substantially its position since 2006 to become a positive one” towards the issue, particularly after the creation of the council, and Morocco’s presentation of the autonomy project during the same year.

  The Chairman of the council said that Spain works with a view that the present negotiation process will lead to solve the conflict by putting into practice this “ideal solution” in the region

 The whole interview will be published soon

 Source: Corcas
- Events concerning the Western Sahara issue/ Corcas

 

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