APS : Thursday, 01 November 2018
ALGIERS- Algeria took note of the resolution 2440 of the United Nations Security Council relating to the exercise by the Sahrawi people of their right to self-determination,
said Thursday a communiqué of Foreign Affairs Ministry.
“Algeria takes note of the resolution 2440 (2018) that the Security Council has adopted through which it, once again, enshrined the exercise by the Sahrawi people of their inalienable right to self-determination as the only way likely to put a definitive end to the conflict opposing the people of Western Sahara and Morocco for more than 40 years,” said the source.
In this regard, Algeria “would like to stress that the Security Council calls on, once again, the two sides to the conflict that were clearly identified, namely the Moroccan Kingdom and the Polisario Front, to resume direct negotiations without prerequisites and in a good faith, under the auspices of the United Nations Secretary General, in order to reach a fair, lasting and mutually acceptable political solution that enables the Sahrawi people to exercise their right to self-determination,” added the source.
Algeria “which has always, as a neighboring country, fully supported the efforts of the secretary general and his personal envoy in order to reach a fair, lasting and mutually acceptable political solution that enables the self-determination of Western Sahara’s people, has accepted the invitation of the personal envoy to take part, in its capacity as a neighboring State, in the negotiations scheduled for 5-6 December in Geneva,” added the source.
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