Hungary’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Peter Szijjártó, reiterated on Wednesday in Rabat his country’s position in support of the Autonomy Plan presented by the Kingdom of Morocco, which it “backs in international bodies.” This stance was expressed by the Hungarian minister at a press conference following his talks with the Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccan Expatriates, Nasser Bourita. “We are firmly convinced that the Autonomy Plan presented by Morocco gives hope of finding a way out of this conflict in compliance with UN resolutions,” stressed Hungary’s top diplomat, adding that his country is “very sensitive” to issues of territorial integrity and respect for the sovereignty of States. In this context, Szijjártó made it clear that his country supports the Autonomy Plan in international bodies, citing in particular Hungary’s recent intervention with the EU Court of Appeal on this issue, underlining, in conclusion, that his country will maintain this position of support for the Autonomy Initiative.
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