Morocco in anger against Ban Ki-moon after his remarks on the Sahara issue

Visiting the Sahara, the Secretary General of the UN, Ban Ki-moon, has drawn the ire of the Moroccan government, which accuses him of having departed from its neutrality and having made outrageous towards Morocco.
In a statement released on the evening of 8 March, the Moroccan government has returned with “amazement [on] the verbal excesses, accomplished facts and unjustified appeasement gestures Ban Ki-Moon (…) during his recent visit to the region. ”
During his visit to the Tindouf camps and Algeria from March 5 to 7, the Secretary General of the UN said it would advance the talks between Morocco and the Polisario on the Sahara issue, considering that staff the UN Mission in the Sahara (MINURSO) stood “ready to hold a referendum if there is agreement between the parties.”

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