Germany Renews Its Support For The UN Efforts To Reach An Agreed-Upon Solution To The Issue Of Moroccan Sahara

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The German government has renewed its position on the fabricated regional dispute over the Sahara, stressing its support for the efforts of the United Nations to reach an all agreed-upon solution.

In a written response to questions from deputies supporting the Polisario, the German government confirmed that what happened at the Guergarat crossing border in mid-November 2020, demonstrated the seriousness of the situation and the need to find an immediate solution to this regional conflict.

In its response to the members of the Bundestag, the Federal Government reiterated the need to resume negotiations under the auspices of the United Nations, and to expedite the appointment of a new envoy for the Sahara, to succeed the former German envoy, Horst Koehler, who resigned in 2019.

Regarding the crisis between Morocco and Germany, the federal government stressed that it believes that there is no reason to obstruct diplomatic relations between the two countries, noting the negative repercussions of this diplomatic crisis on Morocco-Germany economic cooperation.

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