French Senate Supports Morocco
France is alongside Morocco, “its best ally in Africa”, to demand the free movement of traffic in El Guerguerat (Christian Cambon)
Paris – France is alongside Morocco, its “best ally” in Africa, to demand the free movement of traffic in El Guerguarat, declared Friday Christian Cambon, Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defense and Armed Forces of the French Senate.
Tour d’horizon avec l’ambassadeur Benmoussa @AmbaMarocFrance. La France est aux côtés du #Maroc pour exiger la libre circulation du traffic à #Guerguerat (frontière Mauritanienne) et maintenir le cessez-le-feu avec le #Polisario. Le Maroc, meilleur allié de la France en Afrique. pic.twitter.com/gq2mXGOEMk
— Christian Cambon (@ChCambon) November 20, 2020
“France is alongside Morocco to demand the free movement of traffic in El Guerguarat (Mauritanian border) and maintain the ceasefire with the Polisario. Morocco, France’s best ally in Africa ”, wrote in a Tweet, Cambon, after a meeting with the Moroccan ambassador to France, Chakib Benmoussa.
Recently and while the tension was high in the buffer zone of El Guerguarat, blocked by Polisario militias, Mr. Cambon, also president of the France-Morocco interparliamentary friendship group of the Senate, reiterated, on behalf of the group, its call “for a peaceful and negotiated solution (of the Sahara issue) under the aegis of the United Nations Security Council, inspired by the proposal for broad autonomy advocated by the Kingdom of Morocco”.
“For 45 years, the Kingdom of Morocco has made gigantic efforts by investing in housing, health, education, economic activities and public facilities, as noted by the France-Morocco friendship group of the Senate. by going there (…) the civilian populations of this region need economic and social development in order to live in peace in this part of the world, ”he said.