Thursday, March 4, 2021 at 9:55 am
Amman – The opening of a consulate of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan in the Moroccan city of Laâyoune on Thursday is a restitution of Morocco’s historic right to sovereignty over all its territories, said Omar Mahmood Amar, a Jordan professor of international law .
In a statement to MAP, Mr. Amre asserted that the opening of the Jordanian Consulate in the Sahara of Morocco is a reclamation of the historical, continuing and absolute authority of Morocco’s sovereignty throughout the region and, accordingly. International law.
And to add that the opening of this consular representation is at the same time a consolidation of the Arab ranks in front of important causes and also reflects the solidity of fraternal relations between the two countries and sibling peoples in history.
Jordan’s lawyer stated that the consolidation of Morocco’s sovereignty over all of its lands helped to initiate comprehensive development of all Moroccan regions, which would promote the prosperity, progress and development of the population of these regions.
For them, the Sahara has been a complete part of the territory of the Moroccan state throughout its history.
The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan opened a consulate in Lyoune on Thursday, with the 11th diplomatic representation being inaugurated for a year in the Sahara capital of Morocco.
The opening ceremony of this consulate was presided over by Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccan People Abroad, Nasir Borita, and Deputy Prime Minister, Jordan’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Migrants, Ayman al-Safadi.