The United Nations Urges Morocco And Spain To Hold An Open Dialogue To Resolve The Crisis
The Spokesperson for the United Nations Secretary-General, Stéphane Dujarric, said, yesterday Tuesday, that Morocco and Spain “must hold an open dialogue with the aim of settling all unresolved issues between them” following the diplomatic crisis between the two countries
In this regard, the Anadolu news agency reported that the order was issued by Dujarric during a press briefing held at the Organization’s permanent headquarters in New York.
Dujarric stressed, “Whenever there are tensions between two Member States, whether it’s Spain and Morocco or any other, we would always encourage for an open dialogue between the two to resolve these […] whatever outstanding issues may have created this crisis.”
It is noted that Morocco – Spain relations are currently experiencing a crisis, against the background of the latter allowing the entry of Polisario leader Brahim Ghali with forged document last April 21st, in addition to the influx of about 8,000 irregular migrants between May 17 and 20, from Morocco to the occupied city of Ceuta.