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Saturday, June 15, 2024
Major Event

The Chairman of the people's at the Canary Islands, who is at the same time,the city's mayor, a meeting with a delegation of the Royal Advisory Council for Saharan Affairs, headed by Mr. Khalihenna Ould Errachid, Secretary General  and some members of the Council.



In his speech, the President of the Popular Party in the Canary Islands mentioned the importance of this meeting, and the need to further consolidate the relationship between Morocco and Spain, and between the south of Morocco and the Canary Islands, and called for the need for cooperation between the two countries. He stressed mediation between the parties.

Mr. Ould Errachid took the floor, and expressed his gratitude for the reception received by the delegation in the Canary Islands,: "We hope from this visit to obtain assistance out of the dark tunnel, at the same time we get inspired by the Spanish experience in the application of the system of self-government."
He mentioned in this context, the following points:
- Helping to create channels of communication with our brothers in the Polisario Front
- Spain's experience has shown that self-government maintains unity of the State
- Self-government as an instrument of development through the participation of the population
- On the question of the Saharan people: the two-thirds in Morocco and one third in the camps
- He briefed the Spanish side about the letter sent by the presidency to associations backing the Polisario Front, pointing out the current status of the issue and the issue of assistance, which we consider positive but not a practical solution to end the conflict

Following the end of discussions, Mr. José Manuel Suraya López declared to the press that the meeting was "an opportunity for a lengthy and important meeting with the President and some members of the Royal Advisory Council for Saharan Affairs, established by the King to end the conflict in the Sahara; the President of the Council and the accompanying delegation briefed us about the goals of the establishment of their Council, as well as the steps that have been achieved to date. We have learned that Morocco wants a final solution to the problem that has lasted for 30 years, starting with an important step to resolve the issue which is the application of self-government. "

 Mr. José Manuel Suraya López declared to the press after the meeting

"It was an opportunity for a lengthy and important meeting with the President and some members of the Royal Advisory Council for Saharan Affairs, established by the King to end the conflict in the Sahara; the President of the Council and the accompanying delegation briefed us about the goals of the establishment of their Council, as well as the steps that have been achieved to date. We have learned that Morocco wants a final solution to the problem that has lasted for 30 years, starting with an important step to resolve the issue which is the application of self-government. "

Source: Corcas
(News on Western Sahara issue / Corcas)

 

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