NAM expresses support for UN-led negotiations process on ‘Western Sahara’

The Ministerial Conference of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) stressed, Thursday following its meeting in Algiers, support for the process of negotiations on the regional dispute over the “Western Sahara” under the aegis of the United Nations in order to achieve a “mutually acceptable political solution.”

NAM foreign ministers “welcomed the process of negotiations held under the auspices of the Secretary General and the commitment of the parties to continuing to show political will and work in an environment conducive to dialogue in order to enter a phase of more intensive negotiations,” said the final declaration of NAM’s Conference in Algiers.

The ministers also stressed the importance to ensure the implementation of the last nine resolutions of the Security Council (1754 to 2152 ) which emphasize that the Moroccan autonomy plan presented to Security Council in April could provide a basis for a possible political solution.

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