Parlassen welcomes Moroccan-Spanish ties

The Central American Parliament (Parlassen) conveyed its sincere congratulations to Morocco following the steps taken to “end the dispute over the Moroccan Sahara” between Rabat and Madrid.

The President of Paralac├ín, Guillermo Daniel Ortega Reyes, sent a letter to the Ambassador of the Empire to Guatemala, Tariq Lauzari, in which he wrote notably: “In the name of the Honorable Office of the Central American Parliament, and in my own name, I am on the Sahara of Morocco.” I express my sincere congratulations to the Government of Morocco following the steps taken by the governments of Spain and the Kingdom of Morocco to reach agreements that end the dispute.

The President of Parlacen also advocates respect for the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the state. “We express our satisfaction with the guarantees of sovereignty and territorial integrity, as well as with the prosperity in relations between the Kingdom of Morocco and the Government of Spain, two countries linked by history”, the letter adds. by Ortega Reyes.

Paralacen, located in Guatemala City, is the regional and permanent body of political and democratic representation of the Central American Integration System (SICA). It is made up of six countries: Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama and the Dominican Republic.

Morocco, an observer member of Parlacen since 2015, received “Advanced Partner” status last February, in recognition of its role in strengthening South-South cooperation.

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