The member states will then meet on April 27 to adopt a resolution on the renewal, by the Security Council, of the MINURSO’s mandate, which expires in late April.
During a recent visit to the United Nations, Moroccan Foreign Minister Taib Fassi Fihri assessed with Ban ki-moon the negotiation process after the sixth informal meeting on the Sahara, which took place earlier this month in Malta.
Ban Ki-moon has recently described the talks as a “step forward” in this process.
For his part, Fassi Fihri informed the Secretary General of the connection between the implementation of advanced regionalization, particularly in the Moroccan Sahara, and the purpose of the autonomy initiative, presented by Morocco as a basis for negotiated and democratic solution to this regional conflict.
He also highlighted the setting up of the National Human Rights Council (CNDH) with the aim to promote human rights in Morocco. Oujda Portail – MAP
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