Thursday, November 23, 2017  
Search
  
 Community
 Calendar
 Files
Photo Library
music ElHaule
Carte
Carte

 News

 A negotiable political solution only will allow putting an end to the Sahara question   10/4/2007

The foreign affairs and regional cooperation minister of Burkina fasso Mr Djibrill Yipene Bassole, reiterated on Tuesday the conviction of his country that “ a negotiable political solution only will allow putting an end to the Sahara question” he congratulated Morocco for its efforts to initiate talks about this issue. “We congratulate the Moroccan government for initiating direct talks with the Polisario front about the future of the Western Sahara” Mr Bassole asserted in his speech before the 62nd session of the general assembly of the UN. He added

  


 The Sahara question is at the agenda of the Security Council, on the 26th and 31st of October   10/3/2007

The president of the UN Security Council for this month, the Ghanian ambassador, Ghaneen Leslie Kojo christian indicated last Tuesday that the Security Council will make consultations about the Sahara issue on the 26th October. Members of the council will adopt on the 31st of this month a resolution concerning the MINORSO, of which the mandate will expire the same day, specified the Ghanian diplomat during a press conference at the UN headquarter. It is notable that the general secretary of the UN will hand over his report

  


  Mr Guterres: “Without a political commitment, refugees will never see the end of their sufferings”  10/3/2007

The high commissioner of the United Nations for refugees Mr Antonio Guterres asserted that “without any political commitment, refugees will never see the end of their sufferings” underlining that “when we visit refugee camp in Sudan, Nepal, Kenya, or when we travel to Tindouf in Algeria, it appears clear that we have to go beyond the commitments, in order to improve the living conditions on the camps”

  


 Morocco maintains its request of a credible census of detained in the Tindouf camps   10/2/2007

Morocco maintains its request of a credible and objective census of Moroccan nationals detained in the Tindouf camps, and formulates its request to the high refugee commission to elaborate a report dealing with this issue, identifying obstacles, responsibilities, and indicating perspectives of implementing such census, asserts the ambassador representative of the kingdom of Morocco at the UN office in Geneva Mr Mohamed Loulichki .

  


 Mr Benaissa reiterates the Moroccan commitment for a lasting solution to the Sahara question   10/2/2007

Mr Mohamed Benaissa the foreign affairs and cooperation minister reiterated on Monday before the UN general assembly the Moroccan commitment to go ahead with a lasting solution to the Sahara issue within the framework of the sovereignty of the kingdom on the basis of the autonomy initiative, which, he said, engaged the dynamic of the ongoing negotiations under the auspices of the UN.
Morocco which took part of two round negotiations about the Sahara, with good faith, and a constructive spirit

  

Page 387 of 397First   Previous   382  383  384  385  386  [387]  388  389  390  391  Next   Last   
  

1. What do you think about the autonomy plan for Western Sahara proposed by the Kingdom of Morocco ?


Submit Survey  View Results
 
 
 
 
Home   |  Sahara History   |  Geography   |  Hassani Heritage  |  Social Affairs  |  Economy  |  Infrastructure Institutions  |  Contact
 
  Copyright © CORCAS 2017 - All Rights Reserved