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 Ban Ki Moon: the 2nd round of negotiations concerning Sahara allowed “good substance discussion”   8/15/2007

 The United Nations general secretary Mr Ban Ki Moon indicated Tuesday that the second round of negotiations concerning  Sahara was an opportunity for parties concerned to lead “good substance discussions”.“ Although there were no apparent progress during these negotiations, the two parties had good  substance negotiations during the two days” of their meeting, last Friday and Saturday, at Manhasset, declared Mr Ban Ki-Moon during a press conference at the headquarter of the Un at New York.

  


 Negotiations on the Sahara will resume from Friday to Sunday in Manhasset   8/9/2007

Negotiations on the Sahara issue, will resume from Friday until Sunday at Manhasset, near New York, under the aegis of the United Nations.
This second round of these negotiations is expected to last two days as well and will also be led by the UN Secretary General envoy for the Sahara, Mr. Peter Van Walsum.








  


 According to Washington a reasonable possibility for a settlement of the Sahara issue exists   8/3/2007

“there is a reasonable possibility to achieve a settlement” of the Sahara issue according to the assistant spokesman of the US state department  Mr tom Casey, to this purpose he underlined the importance of the second round of negotiations concerning this issue, which will take place in august at Manhasset (new York city suburbs). Mr Casey, who was talking during a press conference organized by the foreign press accredited in Washington, reminded that the assistant secretary for political affairs Mr Nicholas Burns, have qualified the Moroccan

  


 The international federation of former fighters defuses the humanitarian crisis  8/3/2007

In its 13th meeting, taking place in Accra ( Ghana), during the period of 14 to 16 of July 2007 the standing committee on African affairs, of the international federation of former fighters  approved the recommendation Submitted by the Moroccan high commission for former members of the resistance and the liberation army: The standing committee on African Affairs:

1- Denounces the suffering endured by the Moroccan Sahraouis sequestrated in the Tindouf and considers this situation as being anachronistic and contrary to international legitimacy.

  


 Godfathers of the Mauritanian initiative to support the Moroccan autonomy proposal greet the royal s  8/2/2007

The godfathers of the initiative to support the Moroccan autonomy proposal concerning the Sahara created by a group of Mauritanian intellectuals and executives greeted the speech pronounced by his majesty the King Mohammed VI . In a statement made to the press on Wednesday by the chairman of this initiative Mr Mohamed Lamine Ould Mohamed Al hanafi, he congratulated himself, on behalf of members of this initiative the royal speech, which he said tackled all aspects in relation with the politics of the region, as well as means to strengthen the unity, and stability of the Maghreb Arab countries. The godfathers of this initiative equally

  

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