The chairman of the Royal Advisory Council for Saharan Affairs, Khalihenna Ould Errachid, said in a statement on the royal speech on the occasion of the anniversary of the Green March, that the settlement of the Sahara issue, which started peacefully through the Green March, will end peacefully through autonomy.
This statement by Corcas chairman was broadcast Wednesday during the TV news magazine, November 7, at 2M Channel, and was devoted to reactions on the speech by His Majesty King Mohammed VI, November 6.
On this occasion, Corcas chairman added that "the Green March was an example of peaceful and civilized solution. The King chose to complete this solution with another peaceful solution, autonomy, to end this persistent problem in our region. "
Ould Errachid praised the King’s speech on November 6, commemorating the 37th anniversary of the Green March, considering that the speech "reaffirms the royal approach to resolve the Sahara issue at the international, local and Maghreb levels."
- News and events on Western Sahara issue / Corcas -