Peruvian Congress Welcomes Once Again US Recognition of Moroccanness of Sahara

The Peruvian Congress has once again welcomed the decision of the United States of America to recognize the full sovereignty of the Kingdom of Morocco over the Sahara. In a motion adopted on the first anniversary of the signing of the tripartite agreement Morocco-United States-Israel, the Peruvian MPs expressed their satisfaction with the progress made between the signatory countries of the Abraham Accords, which is “a crucial instrument for coexistence in peace and tolerance”. “The Congress of the Republic welcomes the firm commitment and unwavering dedication of the signatory countries of the Tripartite Agreement to lasting peace, stability, tolerance and coexistence among peoples and nations,” according to the motion. The Peruvian Congress expressed its “sincere congratulations to the Kingdom of Morocco and the State of Israel on the occasion of the commemoration of the first anniversary of the re-establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries”, reiterating its “support for the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the Kingdom and its support for the Autonomy Initiative as the only realistic solution in accordance with the resolutions of the Security Council (of the UN) relating to the regional dispute over the Sahara”. The legislative institution stressed that “the restoration of full diplomatic relations between Morocco and Israel is a historic event and a great step forward for peace, stability and prosperity in the Middle East region”. In addition, the motion highlighted “the central role played by the Kingdom of Morocco and its consistent position, based on the two-state solution, as well as the commitment to negotiations between the Palestinian and Israeli parties as the only way to reach a final, lasting and comprehensive agreement to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict”. The Peruvian parliamentarians noted that after a year of signing this tripartite agreement, “a positive dynamic has been promoted through the creation of five working groups that cover promising sectors, such as research and innovation, tourism, aviation, agriculture, energy, environment, trade and investment”. For the Peruvian Congress, the “historic” agreements between the Kingdom of Morocco, the State of Israel and the United States are “an illustration of the joint commitment to increase stability, security and prosperity for all the peoples of the region and for future generations”. The Abraham Accords, the motion added, “reflect the will to establish peace and stability, opening the way and the hope to put an end to the conflicts that only last to the detriment of the well-being and prosperity of the populations of the Maghreb regions and the Middle East”.