The United States reiterates its support for the autonomy plan proposed by Saharan Morocco

“We continue to view Morocco’s autonomy plan as serious, credible and realistic,” US State Department deputy spokesman Vedant Patel said during his daily press briefing.

The US position on the issue “has not changed”, he said in response to a question on Sunday about a telephone conversation between US diplomatic chief Anthony Blinken and the minister of foreign affairs, African cooperation and foreign affairs. Moroccans living abroad, Nasser Bourita.

The consistent US position was recalled last March by the US Secretary of State, who reaffirmed his country’s support for Morocco’s autonomy plan in view of a lasting political solution to the regional conflict around the Sahara under the auspices of the United Nations.

During his talks with his Moroccan counterpart in Washington, Blinken noted that the United States “continues” to consider the plan “serious, credible and realistic.”

In a phone call with Bourita on Sunday, the US diplomatic chief recalled the United States’ “total support” for the personal envoy of United Nations Secretary-General Staffan de Mistura.

Through the voice of top officials from various branches of the US government, the Biden administration dedicated a tradition in Washington, the flagship of the Moroccan autonomy initiative that has been put on the table by the kingdom since 2007 for a final solution to the conflict. Artificial around the Sahara.

This consistent position of the United States, regardless of the administration in the White House, Democrat or Republican, in 2020 this international power and the UN By an influential member of the Security Council, the historic recognition of Morocco’s full sovereignty is supported. In all its territory including its southern provinces.

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