The Security Council meets in a closed door to discuss the Sahara conflict

Moroccan Sahara

Soukaina Sghir
Soukaina Sghir
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The UN Security Council will hold a closed session to discuss the Sahara conflict, which will treat the file’s development, the various observations, recommendations and developments of the conflict, under the report submitted by the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres.

Five of whom are permanent members from the 15th members of Security Council, will deliberate the entirety of the points contained in the UN report, especially those related to the field and political developments linked to what the UN Secretary-General described as “the resumption of hostilities” and its reflections on the work of the UN mission in the Middle East. Sahara “MINURSO”, and obstructing these actions for its role to keep the security and stability of the region.

The members of the Council will hear a briefing  that will be presented by the Personal Envoy of the United Nations Secretary-General for the Sahara Conflict, Staffan de Mistura, in which he summarizes the situation around the Sahara and the most important conclusions, following his tour of the region and his endeavors a year after assuming the position, as well as his proposals to push for the resumption of the political process of the Sahara conflict.

The members of the Security Council, will simplify their positions on the situation in the desert during the closed session,  according to which the initial formula of the resolution will be drawn up by the United States of America, as the “pen holder” and the main controller of the file, provided that Russia adopts a vague position based on its existential conflict with America.

Soukaina Sghir

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