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Friday, May 24, 2024

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Bern Says There is No Official polisario Representation Either at UN Office in Geneva or to Swiss Government
The Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs said “that there is no official representation of the polisario front either at the United Nations Office in Geneva or to the Federal Council (Swiss Government),” inflicting yet another slap in the face for the separatists.
Senegal Reiterates "Constant Support" for Autonomy Plan, "Best Compromise Solution"
Senegal reaffirmed, during the C24 regional seminar held recently in Caracas, its "constant support" for the Moroccan Autonomy initiative, considering it "the best compromise solution" to the regional dispute over the Sahara.
Saint Kitts and Nevis Supports Political Solution under Morocco’s Sovereignty, Territorial Integrity
Saint Kitts and Nevis called, during the C24 Caribbean Seminar held in Caracas (May 14-16), for a political solution to the regional dispute over the Moroccan Sahara under the Kingdom's national sovereignty and territorial integrity.
C-24: Gambia Reaffirms 'Firm Support' for Morocco’s Sovereignty and Territorial Integrity, Backs Autonomy Plan
Gambia has reaffirmed its "firm support" for Morocco’s sovereignty and territorial integrity as well as for the Autonomy plan, which serves as a serious compromise and viable solution to the regional dispute over the Sahara.
Caracas: Hilale Denounces Pressure Exerted by Algerian Ambassador on Delegations Supporting Sahara's Moroccanness
The debate on the issue of the Moroccan Sahara at the C24 Caribbean Seminar, held in Caracas (May 14-16), ended with sharp exchange between Morocco’s Ambassador to the UN, Omar Hilale and his Algerian counterpart Amar Benjama. The Moroccan diplomat vigorously denounced the acts of intimidation exerted by his Algerian colleague against the delegations which supported the Moroccanness of the Sahara during this meeting.
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