Liberia calls for free flow of traffic in Guerguarat, reiterates support for Morocco’s national cause

Liberia has called for maintaining and preserving the free flow of goods, people and services at the Guerguarat crossing point between Morocco and Mauritania, while reaffirming its solidarity with Morocco and its support for the Kingdom’s national cause.

“Liberia maintains its steadfast position in support of Morocco’s rights on its territorial integrity and sovereignty,” said the Liberian Foreign Ministry in a statement released Friday.

Liberia which expressed concern about recent events in the Guerguarat crossing point called for the respect for the three-decade-long truce in the Sahara and renewed support for the Morocco-proposed Autonomy Plan, underlining that Liberia aligns itself with the United Nations position for the search for a political and diplomatic solution to the Sahara conflict, the statement said.

Liberia recognizes “Morocco’s peaceful efforts in bringing about a peaceful and lasting solution under the aegis of the UN as enshrined in the UN Security Council’s resolutions,” and calls on the UN Secretary General to speed up the appointment of his Personal Envoy to “spur the peace initiative in accordance with relevant Security Council Resolutions”.

 

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