UNSC 'enthusiastic' about W. Sahara negotiations

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April 21, 2007 04:10

 
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Members of the UN Security Council enthusiastically support negotiations between Morocco and Polisario Front rebels on the future of the long-disputed Western Sahara region, the council president said. Last week, Morocco proposed that the mineral-rich territory govern itself while remaining part of the North African kingdom, while the Polisario reiterated its demand for a referendum that would offer Saharawis a choice of autonomy or independence from Morocco.

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