G5 Sahel Summit: Morocco Thanks Chad for Supporting Moroccan Sahara Matter

Today, Tuesday February 16th, Prime Minister Saad Dine El Otmani said that this morning, before leaving N'Djamena, he held bilateral talks with Minister of State, Minister-Secretary General to the Presidency of the Republic of Chad, Kalzeubé Payimi Deubet.

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Today, Tuesday February 16th, Prime Minister Saad Dine El Otmani said that this morning, before leaving N’Djamena, he held bilateral talks with Minister of State, Minister-Secretary General to the Presidency of the Republic of Chad, Kalzeubé Payimi Deubet.

Otmani added that he thanked the Minister for Chad’s stances in support of Morocco on the Moroccan Sahara matter. In addition to that, the meeting also dealt with aspects of cooperation between our two countries and ways to develop them.

The Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Integration and Chadians Abroad, Amine Abba Siddick, announced last October from Rabat that his country had no longer any relationship with the “SADR” since the Chadian government decided in March 2006 to withdraw its recognition of this “entity”.

During a press interview, following his talks with the Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans Expatriates, Nasser Bourita, the Chadian Minister stressed that to face this conflict that was poisoning the African Union; his country defended the principle that Saharan matter be settled exclusively within the United Nations.

Chad supports the autonomy solution suggested by Morocco, and welcomes any serious and credible efforts to move forward towards settling the Saharan matter.

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