"We welcome the Moroccan autonomy plan, which was submitted to the Security Council on 11 April 2007 and constitutes a serious and credible proposal to put an end to this dispute," said the representative of Grenada, Nerissa Williams.
She said that Security Council Resolution 2351, adopted in April 2017, "underlines Morocco's efforts to settle the Sahara conflict", welcoming the resolution's assertion that a "political solution to this dispute and strengthening cooperation between member states of the Arab Maghreb Union would contribute to stability and security in the Sahel region. "
The diplomat also expressed his country's support for the political process, which began in 2007, aimed at achieving "a just, lasting and mutually acceptable political solution" to the Moroccan Sahara conflict.
Mrs. Williams also welcomed "measures and initiatives taken by Morocco to promote and protect human rights, in particular its interaction with the special procedures of the Human Rights Council, as well as the role played by the Regional Commissions of the National Council of Human Rights in Dakhla and Laayoune ".
These measures, welcomed the Grenadian diplomat, "were welcomed by the Security Council".
In addition, she stressed the importance and full support of her country to Security Council's resolution 2351 to register Tindouf camps populations "in order to ensure the protection and promotion of human rights ".
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