Moroccan Sahara: Germany Reiterates Support for Morocco’s Autonomy Plan

Germany reiterated, on July 6 in Berlin, its support for the Moroccan Autonomy Plan for the Sahara as a “serious and credible” initiative and a “solid basis” for a mutually acceptable solution by the relevant parties.

Following her meeting with the Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation, and Moroccan Expatriates, Nasser Bourita, the German Minister of Foreign Affairs, Annalena Baerbock, affirmed her country’s “long-standing support for the United Nations-led process for a realistic, pragmatic, lasting, and mutually acceptable political solution.”

On this occasion, Bourita and Baerbock reaffirmed their support for the “exclusivity” of the United Nations (UN) in the political process, while underlining their commitment to the relevant United Nations (UN) Security Council (SC) resolutions, which stress the role and responsibility of the parties in the search for a realistic, pragmatic, lasting, and compromising political solution.

The two countries also expressed their support for the United Nations (UN) Secretary-General’s Personal Envoy for the Sahara, Staffan de Mistura, and his efforts to advance the political process based on the relevant United Nations (UN) Security Council (SC) resolutions.

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