UN Secretary General voices appreciation for Morocco’s cooperation with his personal envoy for Sahara – The North Africa Post

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The UN Secretary General Antonio has voiced appreciation for Morocco’s cooperation with his personal envoy for the Sahara, Staffan de Mistura, while Morocco has renewed commitment to support the efforts of the Secretary-General and his personal envoy aimed at relaunching the political process.
This was during a meeting between Antonio Guterres, Secretary General, and the Moroccan delegation to UN headquarters in New York. It was led by Aziz Akhannounch, Head of the Government.

Guterres thanked Morocco with his Personal Envoy to the Moroccan Sahara and with MINURSO and expressed his gratitude for the Kingdom’s invaluable contribution to UN peacekeeping operation.

The Head of Government reaffirmed Morocco’s commitment to support the efforts of the Secretary-General and his Personal Envoy aimed at relaunching the political process in accordance with Resolution 2602, and in respect of the Kingdom’s consistent position on the national question.

Guterres expressed his appreciation for the important role played in the United Nations’ discussions on various issues. He also expressed gratitude to the Kingdom, which he said was grateful for its support of the Secretary General’s initiatives and proposals to revive the Organization and meet global challenges.

He also congratulated Morocco on its constructive role in the Libyan crisis, as well its initiatives for interfaith dialogue and intercultural dialogue.

Akhannounch reiterated the Kingdom’s commitment to continue supporting the work of the United Nations under the leadership of Guterres. He also praised his willingness to face global challenges and his determination for a more equitable world order towards developing countries, especially Africa, who are severely affected by the energy crisis and the food crisis.

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