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Kenya considers Western Sahara conflict as question of national independence

1 year ago at 14/Oct/2021 100

Permanent Representative of Kenya to the United Nations, Martin Kimani, has stressed that his country considers that the conflict in Western Sahara as a question of national independence.

in his statement before attending the closed session of the UN Security Council on Western Sahara, the Permanent Representative of Kenya to the United Nations said: “Kenya has strong opinions and feelings about Western Sahara, we think it is a question of independence”.

“We have been leading conversation in the African Union about continuing to live up to the commitments that AU has made to the Sahrawi Republic and to keep moving forward,” he added.

He also expressed his hope that the new personal envoy of the UN Secretary-General, Staffan de Mistura would be able carry out his mission without any intervention or obstruction.

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