The leaders of Algiers and Polisario must feel relieved following the cancellation due to Coronavirus of the 6th Crans Montana Forum which was scheduled for March 18-21 in Dakhla, south-west of the Moroccan Sahara.
The holding of the 4th edition of the renowned Crans Montana Forum in the Moroccan southern city of Dakhla this March 15 – 20 caused a stir in the ranks of the leadership of the Polisario Front and its Algerian and European sponsors.
The Sahara city of Dakhla and pearl of southern Morocco is readying to host the 4th edition of the Crans Montana Forum to attract this March 15-20 some 3,500 participants representing 162 countries and over 40 international and regional organizations from around the world.
The Crans Montana Forum is convinced that the city of Dakhla is a development model for all Africa, which testifies to the fact that Morocco is bearing the African torch for south-south cooperation, said, on Monday in Rabat, president of the forum Pierre-Emmanuel Quirin.
The holding for the second consecutive year of the Crans Montana Forum in the southern Moroccan city of Dakhla with the participation of 850 distinguished guests from around the world, dealt a blow to Algerian and Polisario leaders who did everything to foil this encounter.
The 27th Crans Montana Forum, held on March 17-22 in Dakhla, awarded, on Friday, prizes to several foreign figures for their tireless efforts and laudable actions in favor of peace, human dignity and freedom.
Yusuf Buhari, the son of Nigerian president, Muhammadu Buhari said on the sidelines of the 2nd edition in Dakhla of the “Crans Montana Forum,” that he hopes to see a better cooperation between African countries in the future, giving some insights also on how the Sahara issue could be solved.
The seaside town of Dakhla played host last week to the Crans Montana Forum– a yearly gathering organized by the Swiss-based NGO to promote international cooperation and dialogue, growth and stability, and peace and security across the world.
Dakhla (south) - The strong participation at the annual session of Crans Montana Forum underlines that Morocco "is a valued and respected country," Founding President of the forum Jean Paul Carleton said Saturday night in the southern city of Dakhla.