Italy: Formation of a parliamentary intergroup to support the autonomy plan in the Sahara of Morocco

Monday, May 30, 2022 at 09:13 pm

Rome – A parliamentary intergroup in support of the autonomy plan for the Moroccan Sahara has been set up at the initiative of several deputies and senators belonging to various Italian political groups, MPs Marco Di Maio and Urania Papateau announced in a dialogue on Monday. ,

Responding to calls from the Security Council and the international community, “the state has initiated a positive dynamism through the autonomy plan for the Moroccan Sahara, supported by various African, Arab, Asian and American countries”, indicated Italian lawmakers.

“Our aim is to strengthen the efforts of the United Nations aimed at reaching a political, pragmatic and achievable solution based on compromise”, he explained, adding that “many European countries believe that the Autonomy Plan represents the most serious and credible solution”. To put an end to this dispute”.

Italian Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio said during his recent visit to Morocco, “Italy takes into account the efforts of Morocco to reach an appropriate political solution”, he recalled, specifying that “this group’s Action, born out of a positive and active intention, is part of this attitude”.

“The dispute over the Moroccan Sahara is one of the obstacles preventing the Maghreb from uniting and facing it in a strong and united manner, facing many common challenges in the fields of security, terrorism, climate change”, the Italian parliamentarians said. Told .

The autonomy initiative, proposed by Morocco in 2007 to end the artificial conflict around the Moroccan Sahara, is gaining more and more notoriety, credibility and presence.

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The United States, after several African, Arab and Asian countries, be it Germany, Spain and most recently the Netherlands, saw the autonomy plan as the only serious, credible and realistic solution to a territorial dispute created from scratch around the Moroccan Sahara. was recognized as ,

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