C24: Guatemala Reiterates Support for Morocco’s Territorial Integrity, Autonomy Plan

“My country considers that the autonomy initiative presented by Morocco in 2007 constitutes a realistic, credible and serious basis for achieving a negotiated solution between the parties, while respecting the territorial integrity of the Kingdom and its national sovereignty”, emphasized the Ambassador Permanent Representative of Guatemala to the UN, Carla Maria Rodríguez Mancia, during the ordinary session of the Committee of 24 (June 10-21). 

She also reiterated her country’s support for the Kingdom’s efforts in seeking a just and lasting political solution to the regional dispute over the Moroccan Sahara. 

Welcoming the efforts of the UN Secretary-General and his Personal Envoy to the Moroccan Sahara aimed at facilitating the relaunch of the political process under the exclusive auspices of the Secretary-General, including his visit to Rabat, Algiers and Nouakchott, Guatemala ambassador stated that the resolution of this artificial conflict is necessary for the stability, security and integration of the Maghreb region.

Guatemala reaffirmed, in New York, its support for Morocco’s national sovereignty and territorial integrity and the autonomy plan presented by the Kingdom to settle the regional dispute over the Sahara. 
19 June 2024
United Nations (New York)