A delegation of elected representatives from Morocco’s southern provinces conferred on Tuesday in Oslo with officials from the Norwegian ministry of Foreign Affairs and members of the Parliament on latest developments of the Moroccan Sahara issue. The members of the Moroccan delegation also made presentations on the tremendous socioeconomic progress accomplished in the southern provinces. “We have provided them with very precise information and presented different aspects of development in our southern regions,” said El Khattat, Head of the Moroccan delegation. “We have also stressed that the Moroccan autonomy initiative aims at reaching a sustainable, mutually accepted solution”, he added. The Moroccan delegation met with Michael Tetzschner, First Vice Chair of the Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs at the Norwegian Parliament, Ingjerd Schou, member of this Committee, and Vebjorn Dysvik, a senior official at the Norwegian Foreign Ministry.
Source: The North Africa Journal June 12, 2019 17:37 UTC