HM The King Sent Clear Warning Over Sahara Issue, Argentinian Political Analyst
HM King Mohammed VI was very firm by sending a clear warning to the United Nations to express his rejection of any modification of the terms of UN involvement in the Sahara issue, wrote Argentinian political analyst Adalberto Carlos Agozino in an article published, on Sunday, by Argentina's independent news agency "Totalnews".
During a phone call by HM King Mohammed VI, on April 12th, with UNSG Ban Ki-moon, the sovereign sent clear messages showing that he will not accept any altering of the terms of the UN involvement in this issue, said the Argentinian political analyst in an article on the latest developments of the Moroccan Sahara issue.
During this call, following the report issued by Ban Ki-moon on this issue, the Sovereign warned that any deviation from this path would be fatal for the process under way and will endanger the whole UN involvement in this case, emphasizing the pressing need for avoiding biased approaches and risky options, said the Argentinian academic.
Professor Agozino recalled the recent visit by HM the King to the city of Dakhla where he was welcomed by the inhabitants of this region.
MAP 28 April 2014