Ambassador Tommo Monthe, Permanent Representative of Cameroon, also pointed out that Security Council resolution 2351 reaffirmed that the political solution to this long-standing dispute, as well as the enhanced cooperation between member states of the Maghreb Union will contribute to achieving stability and security in the Sahel region, as well as building the unity of the African continent.
The continent continues to be threatened by underdevelopment and counter-bands, and above all by terrorism, which must be fought with a spirit of solidarity.
Tommo Monthe said that his country was sensitive to the growing interest of UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres in this matter as soon as he took office.
He also welcomed the appointment of new personal envoy Horst Köhler, believing that its important factors will "bring new momentum for a consensual solution of this case".
He added that "we believe that this mission requires a spirit of dialogue and cooperation between all the parties concerned, as well as the exploitation of all the opportunities for co-operation that are supported by the current proposals, based on international law and principles of the Charter of the United Nations, which have the support of Security Council ".
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