Moroccan Sahara: Chile, Indonesia, Congo, Cuba Reiterate Support for UN Political Process

Chile, Indonesia, Congo, and Cuba reiterated, before the members of the United Nations (UN) Committee of 24 (C-24), their support for the United Nations (UN) political process aimed at reaching a fair and lasting political solution to the regional dispute over the Moroccan Sahara.

Intervening at the C-24 Pacific Regional Seminar, held in Bali between May 24 and 26, the Chilean representative stressed that the conflict over the Moroccan Sahara “must be resolved peacefully, notably through the mechanisms enshrined in the United Nations (UN) Charter and under international law and the relevant UN resolutions, including those emanating from the Security Council (SC).”

In this context, the Chilean diplomat praised Morocco’s efforts to find a lasting political solution to the artificial conflict over the Moroccan Sahara.

For his part, the Indonesian representative expressed his country’s support for the efforts of the United Nations (UN) Secretary-General to advance the political process toward a lasting and mutually acceptable solution.

The Indonesian diplomat also commended the efforts of the United Nations (UN) Secretary-General’s Personal Envoy for the Sahara, Staffan de Mistura, while supporting the Security Council’s (SC) calls for a realistic, pragmatic, and lasting solution to this regional conflict.

In a similar context, the Congolese representative reiterated his country’s support for the United Nations (UN) efforts to reach a political solution to the dispute over the Moroccan Sahara, stressing the importance of investing further efforts to achieve a just and lasting political solution to this artificial conflict.

Similarly, the Cuban representative called for a political solution that is acceptable to all parties.

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