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 A senat chillean delegation reaffirms its country's support to the moroccan territorial integrity  7/24/2007
The chairman of the Chilean senate foreign affairs commission, Mr Roberto MUNOZ BARRA, who is leading an important senate delegation, visiting the Kingdom of Morocco, confirmed yesterday his country’s support to the Moroccan territorial integrity.It is notable that the Chilean delegation had a meeting in the Moroccan House of Representatives, with members of the Moroccan foreign affairs commission, frontiers, occupied areas, and defence of the house of councillors. Mr MUNOZ BARRA indicated that following explanation
  


 The European Union greets the Moroccan proposal concerning the Sahara   7/24/2007
The European Union greeted the Moroccan initiative for negotiating an autonomy statute for the Sahara region, and congratulated itself for the negotiations taken place in Manhasset under the supervision of the United Nations In a statement published, Monday evening in Brussels, at the end of the 6th session of the Morocco-European union association council, the European Union affirmed
  


 Tchad denies categorically the restoration of diplomatic ties with the "RASD"  7/23/2007
Tchad denies categorically any information concerning the restoration of diplomatic ties between the Republic of Tchad and pseudo”RASD In a statement published in its web site, Tchad underlines that information brought in this respect by a local newspaper is  “ without any basis,   


 Kenya informs AU of its decision to freeze recognition of so-called SADR  7/19/2007
Kenyan authorities has brought to the attention of the African Union Commission their decision to freeze their recognition of the so-called Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR), said a joint statement issued following the official visit of the Moroccan foreign minister, Mohammed Benaissa, to Kenya on June 24th through 26th,2007.
  


 UNSC hopes parties engage in substantial negotiations next August  7/12/2007
The United Nations Security Council expressed, on Wednesday, its hope the parties involved in the Sahara issue will use the next round of negotiations, billed for August 10-11 to engage "in good faith in substantial negotiations" to solve the issue.   

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