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Lebanese FM Underlines Fraternal Ties between His Country & Morocco Reaffirms Lebanon's Position in Favor of Kingdom's Sovereignty
6/11/2024
Lebanon's Minister of Foreign Affairs and Emigrants, Abdallah Bou Habib, highlighted the deep-rooted and long-standing ties of brotherhood uniting his country with the Kingdom of Morocco and its people, reaffirming Lebanon's constant stance in favor of the Kingdom's sovereignty and territorial integrity.

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Japan ‘Welcomes Serious and Credible Moroccan Efforts’ Within the Framework of Autonomy Initiative
6/4/2024
Japan welcomed, on Friday, “serious and credible Moroccan efforts” within the framework of the autonomy initiative to settle the Moroccan Sahara issue.

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UK MPs from Both Parties Call for Support for Moroccan Autonomy in Moroccan Sahara
5/28/2024
Nearly thirty British parliamentarians and lords sent a letter to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, David Cameron, in which they called, in a bipartisan initiative, on the British government to support the Moroccan autonomy plan “formally and without delay” as “the only solution” to the artificial dispute over the Sahara.

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Commonwealth of Dominica reaffirms full support for autonomy plan basis for realistic solution (C 24)
5/27/2024
During the regional conference of the Committee of 24, held recently in Caracas, the Commonwealth of Dominica reaffirmed its “full support” for the autonomy plan for the Sahara, considering it the “basis” for a realistic and practical solution to this regional dispute.

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Sierra Leone Reaffirms Support for Moroccan Autonomy Plan
5/22/2024
Sierra Leone has reaffirmed, during the C24 Caribbean Seminar, held in Caracas (May 14 to 16), its support for the Autonomy initiative presented by Morocco to settle once and for all the regional dispute over the Sahara.

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