Belgium acknowledges Moroccan autonomy initiative in joint declaration

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Belgium acknowledges Moroccan autonomy initiative in joint declaration

has recognized the Moroccan autonomy initiative, presented in 2007, as a significant and credible effort by and a promising foundation for a mutually acceptable solution. This stance was articulated in a joint declaration issued during the 3rd meeting of the Moroccan-Belgian High Joint Partnership Commission, held on Monday in Rabat, with Aziz Akhannouch, Head of Government, and Alexander De Croo, Belgian Prime Minister, serving as co-chairs.

The declaration emphasized 's enduring support for the -led process aimed at achieving a just, enduring, and mutually acceptable political resolution for the involved parties. Prime Minister De Croo reiterated Belgium's commitment to this process during the meeting.

Furthermore, both parties affirmed the ' exclusive role in the political process and reasserted their backing for UN Security Council resolution 2703 (2023). This resolution acknowledged the role and responsibility of the parties involved in seeking a realistic, pragmatic, and lasting political solution rooted in compromise.

The joint declaration reflects the ongoing dialogue and collaboration between Belgium and , underlining their shared commitment to advancing peace and stability in the region.

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