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Moroccan Sahara: Pedro Sánchez Reiterates Spain's Position Supporting Autonomy Plan
Spanish Government President Pedro Sánchez reiterated, on Wednesday in Rabat, his country's position supporting the autonomy plan presented by Morocco in 2007, to resolve the artificial dispute over the Moroccan Sahara.
Statement by the Royal Office on Spanish PM Visit
Pedro Sánchez Reiterates Spain's Position Supporting Autonomy Plan

Here follows a statement by the Royal Office:
Bourita Says Moroccan Sahara Issue No Longer on AU Agenda
The Moroccan Sahara issue is no longer on the agenda at the African Union, as the 37th Summit of Heads of State and Government, the supreme body of the pan-African institution, made no reference or quotation on the national question, said Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccan Expatriates, Nasser Bourita.
It would be ‘Illusory and Disrespectful’ to Believe 'We Can Build Future' Together Without Clarifying France's Position on Sahara Issue (French Amb.)
France's ambassador to Morocco, Christophe Lecourtier, said on Friday in Casablanca that it would be "illusory and disrespectful" to believe that "we could build" a future together with Morocco without clarifying France's position on the Moroccan Sahara issue.
New Speaker of the Andean Parliament Emphasizes Institutional Position of the Andean Community Parliament in Support of Morocco and Autonomy
Morocco's privileged geographical location allows it to be a gateway to Africa for Andean countries and all Latin American countries, Speaker of the Andean Parliament, Cristina Reyes Hidalgo, said Wednesday in Rabat.
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