South Sudan refutes the propaganda of Algeria and the Polisario

South Sudan refutes the propaganda of Algeria and the Polisario
Caricature: Imad Al-Sunouni

Friday 23 September 2022 – 18:01

South Sudan refuted the propaganda promoted by Algeria and its creation by the Polisario and re-examined the truth about its position on the Moroccan Sahara issue.

Today, Friday, the Republic of South Sudan, through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, reiterated its emphasis on “strengthening bilateral relations between Morocco and South Sudan.”

An official correspondence from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, dated September 23, 2022, reads: “I have the honor to inform you that South Sudan commends the efforts of His Majesty King Mohammed VI. The Republic of South Sudan, under the leadership of President Salva Kiir Mayardit, affirms its determination to further strengthen relations between the two countries, the Kingdom of Morocco and the Republic of South Sudan, on the path to achieving the interest common to our two friendly countries. countries and peoples.

Consequently, the same document, of which Hespress has a copy, adds that “the government of the Republic of South Sudan would like to inform the government of the Kingdom of Morocco that the meeting that took place in New York does not mean in any way to deny our strategic bilateral relations”, describing Morocco as “our friendly country”.

And the correspondent of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of South Sudan, in this context, pointed out that “it only recognizes the member states of the United Nations”, emphasizing that “it considers that contacting the delegation does not imply in any way to mean the recognition of the fictitious state.”

Noting that South Sudan is a member of the African Union and the United Nations, the same source therefore concluded that “the Republic of South Sudan wishes to reiterate that it does not consider it appropriate to hold views contrary to the position of African countries. European Union and Resolution No. 690 of the United Nations International Security Council as a viable commitment and as a common framework for a lasting solution to the conflict.

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