Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda, Gaston Browne, reaffirmed, Saturday in Tangier, the “firm” support of his country to the territorial integrity of Morocco and the autonomy initiative presented by the Kingdom to settle the Moroccan Sahara issue. “We, Antigua and Barbuda, continue to strongly support the Moroccan autonomy plan, which is the only plausible solution” to the Moroccan Sahara issue, stressed Browne in an address at the closing ceremony of the 14th edition of the MEDays Forum (November 2-5). In his speech, Browne also referred to the many challenges facing the countries of the South, noting that the many health, food and other crises that are currently shaking the world “require greater cooperation between countries to address inequality, poverty and end conflicts”. “These crises require greater cooperation and integration of countries to achieve global peace,” he noted. In this sense, the Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda called on the countries of the South to “work for a new world order, based on peace and equity in the world”.
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