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24 April, Wednesday

The Republic of South Sudan has never recognized the Sahrawi separatists

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During a meeting with his Moroccan counterpart, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of South Sudan, Nhial Deng Nhial, clarified the official position of his country, according to which the Republic of South Sudan has never had any kind of diplomatic ties and is not maintaining any relation with any Sahrawi separatist movement.
The South Sudanese official expressed his country's support for Morocco's territorial integrity and lauded the Initiative of Autonomy Plan proposed by Kingdom of Morocco in order to find a political solution for the regional dispute over the issue of the Moroccan Sahara, while reiterating the full support of the Republic of South Sudan to the role played by the United Nations as an exclusive and consensual framework to reach a lasting solution to this regional dispute.
The Sahrawi separatists have always lured the international community and pretended that they were recognized by several States.
The meeting took place in Rabat, Morocco, where the Ministers of the two African nations signed a joint communiqué in which they reviewed regional and international issues of common interest.
While lauding the actions undertaken by Morocco in favor of the stability and development of Africa as a whole, Nhial Deng Nhial magnified the vision of the Kingdom of Morocco on the reinforcement of South-South and inter-African cooperation.
Last year, the King of Morocco visited South Sudan and inaugurated a Medical-Surgical field hospital in the capital Juba.

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