HM King Mohammed VI affirmed, on Monday, that Morocco remains resolutely and earnestly committed to the political process, under the exclusive aegis of the United Nations Organization to solve the Sahara issue.
King Mohammed VI said on Tuesday that Morocco stands ready for “a direct and frank dialogue” with neighboring Algeria in order to settle the transient and objective differences impeding the development of relations between the two countries and suggested the setting up of a joint political...
Morocco has renewed its commitment to the dynamics launched by the UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, in cooperation with his personal envoy for the Sahara, making it clear that this commitment is based on the same frame of reference set out earlier.
Angola, one of the last few countries in the continent to maintain ties with the Polisario separatist militias, is on course to join its voice to the bulk of African countries supporting Morocco’s territorial integrity and sovereignty over its southern territories, the Sahara.
Dans son discours du 6 novembre 2017 à l’occasion du 42e anniversaire de la Marche Verte, le roi Mohammed VI, tout en affirmant l’adhésion du Maroc à la dynamique du nouveau S.G de l’ONU, a rappelé les quatre principes sur lesquels repose la position marocaine. Les voici.
In a speech commemorating the 42nd anniversary of the Green March, King Mohammed VI stressed that cooperation on the Sahara issue should be carried out with respect to Moroccan sovereignty, outlining four pillars of cooperation with the Secretary General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres...
Morocco which is convinced that its Sahara cause is a just cause will not give in to any kind of pressure, or any blackmail attempts but remains open and ever ready to engage in constructive dialogue in order to find a final political settlement to this artificial dispute.
The historic speech delivered by King Mohammed VI before the Morocco-GCC Summit clearly defines the desired vision for the Moroccan diplomacy, Minister Delegate to the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Mbarka Bouaida, said Tuesday in Rabat.