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 Laâyoune: Completion of resettlement operations of Al-Wahda camps residents   7/28/2008

A ministerial delegation chaired Friday at Laayoune, the demolition of the last al-Wahda unhealthy encampments, announcing the completion of the resettlement of these settlements’ residents and their access to property within a global momentum aimed at improving the lives of people.


 Call to change UN Personal Envoy for Sahara is 'illogical', Al Hayat paper   7/28/2008

The call to change the Personal Envoy of the UN Secretary-General for the Sahara, Peter van Walsum, is "illogical", said Arabic-language daily "Al-Hayat", deeming that it would result in attempts to "remove an international mediator every time he is not appreciated by one of the parties." The way the UN deals with the Sahara issue requires collaborating partners, as it would not impose a solution on the parties concerned without their consent with regard to its formula or mechanisms aimed at reaching a compromise-based solution, underlined the London-based daily.


 Mr. Fassi Fihri and Mansouri hand a Royal message to the UN Secretary General  7/25/2008

The UN Secretary General, Mr. Ban Ki-moon, received on Friday, at the UN headquarters in New York, a Moroccan delegation composed of MM. Taieb Fassi Fihri, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, and Mohamed Yassine Mansouri, Executive Officer of Studies and Documentation, accompanied by the permanent representative Ambassador of the Kingdom at the UN, M. El Mostafa Sahel.


 The autonomy initiative in the Sahara is « a logical solution » (Jordanian daily)  7/24/2008

The Moroccan autonomy initiative in the Sahara, as part of the national sovereignty of the Kingdom, offers « a political prospect and a logical solution” to an old conflict of more than 30 years, writes the Jordanian daily “Al Ra'i”   In an article of the writer Mohamed Abou Hazim, published Tuesday on his electronic site, the daily stresses that Morocco has presented the autonomy project as a peaceful initiative for settling the conflict around the Sahara, inspired by the United Nations’ proposals and the international standards recognized in this issue.


 Cape Verde: The autonomy initiative constitutes the basis of negotiations for a final settlement ...  7/23/2008

The Republic of Cape Verde considers the Moroccan initiative aiming at granting broad autonomy for the Sahara region as the basis of negotiations for a final settlement of this conflict having lasted too long, reiterating its belief in the virtue of dialogue and consultation as means of conflicts settlement. "The Moroccan initiative aiming at granting a broad autonomy for the Sahara region is a good proposal which will contribute in breaking the deadlock, "said Jose Brito. In a joint press release at the end of the two days works of the first session of the Joint Morocco-Cape Verde Cooperation Committee,


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