The UN Secretary-General’s Special Envoy for Morocco, Staffan de Mistura, has convened a new diplomatic meeting with Yael Lambert, the US Under-Secretary of State for Middle East Affairs, on the progress of the document in light of recent UN resolutions.
The conference, chaired by the United Nations Ambassador to the United Nations and held within an accelerated round to several regional and international conflict states, took into consideration the political and practical realities of the international community against Morocco’s Sahara Autonomy Initiative. is supported by Given the deteriorating humanitarian situation in Tindouf camp.
In this regard, Mohamed El Tayar, an academic researcher in strategy and security studies, said, “The meeting in the Middle East between the United Nations ambassador and the US Deputy Secretary of State on the Moroccan and Saharan issues is an important ending.” Stated. It is the result of an international effort towards a final political settlement of the pending territorial dispute in southern Morocco.”
In a statement to an electronic newspaper, the pilot said that the meeting “also provided an opportunity to assess progress on Morocco’s Sahara issue, particularly following the renewal of Algeria’s military government, which refused to participate in the dialogue.” Join, negotiate and participate in the “Roundtable” organized by the United Nations under Ambassador Horst Kohler.
“The meeting also comes as Algeria’s military government renewed its opposition to an autonomy proposal that has won the support of the Security Council and more than 90 countries since it was presented in 2007. ” One stop was to identify the consequences of the recent UN Resolution 2654 on the Sahara in Morocco.
This clearly indicated the direction of the International Resident Staff to hasten the end of the artificial conflict and put an end to attempts to hide in the Algerian army.