Morocco Welcomes Peru’s Suspension of Diplomatic Ties with Fake “SADR”
Morocco welcomed the Republic of Peru’s decision to suspend diplomatic ties with fake “SADR,” said the Foreign Affairs Ministry in a press release, as reported by news agency MAP.
“The Republic of Peru’s sound decision abiding by international law ushers in promising prospects for enhanced bilateral cooperation between the two countries,” read the statement.
The Ministry added that this diplomatic milestone is a testament to the positive momentum that Morocco’s territorial integrity is witnessing, under the leadership of King Mohammed VI.
Peru’s suspension of diplomatic ties with the “SADR” underscores the growing international recognition of Morocco’s territorial integrity and sovereignty over the Sahara.
The Peruvian Foreign Affairs Ministry had announced its support for the UN-brokered political process to achieve a just, durable and mutually acceptable political solution by all parties to the Sahara dispute.
“A solution to the dispute should be based on “compromise” in line with the UN Charter,” it had said.
Chairperson of the Defense Committee at the Peruvian Congress, Patricia Chirinos, had already urged President Dina Boluarte to break the country’s ties with the polisario, and reconsider Peru’s stance on the Moroccan Sahara.
Chirinos said that Morocco would perceive this expected change in Peru’s position as a friendly gesture. “Morocco will welcome this initiative as a true recognition of its territorial integrity.”