US Embassy’s Spokesperson in Rabat: the autonomy plan is a serious and credible initiative to settle the Moroccan Sahara conflict

According to Jerome Sherman, a spokesperson for the US Embassy in Morocco, “the last year was one of the landmarks in the history of relations between the United States and the Kingdom of Morocco.”

According to the US official, relations between the US and Morocco are stronger than ever. “Morocco is a critical partner for America on a range of security issues, as it participates with us in more than 100 military exercises and activities annually, and is a key partner in Both international military education and training programs and foreign military sales programs,” the spokesperson adds.

The US official stated that his government is “committed to find a durable, just, and internationally endorsed solution to the Sahara problem,” emphasizing that the US considers Morocco’s autonomy plan to be serious, credible, and practical.

The US embassy also stated that “the United States welcomes Staffan de Mistura’s appointment as a personal envoy of the Secretary-General of the United Nations, emphasizing that Washington will support his efforts to resolve this dispute.”

The American official expressed the United States’ support for the progress made in Moroccan-Israeli relations and expressed hope that the liaison offices will be converted into embassies in the near future, praising King Mohammed VI’s leadership in promoting religious tolerance and harmony, emphasizing that it sets an example for the region and the world.

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