Joshua Harris, the US’s Deputy Assistant Secretary for North Africa, has reaffirmed his nation’s support for the autonomy proposal as a “serious, credible, and realistic” way to resolve the Sahara conflict.
After Mr. Harris’ meetings with Nasser Bourita, Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation, and Moroccan Expatriates, the US Embassy in Rabat issued a press release stating that the US “continues to view Morocco’s Autonomy Plan as serious, credible, and realistic.”
Furthermore, the senior US official “reaffirmed the deep and historic partnership between the United States and Morocco” while being joined by Puneet Talwar, his country’s ambassador to Morocco.
Joshua Harris, whose trip to Rabat is a part of one to “Morocco and Algeria,” also emphasised US gratitude for Morocco’s critical efforts.
Joshua Harris, whose trip to Rabat is part of a regional tour of “Morocco and Algeria,” also emphasised US gratitude for Morocco’s significant contributions to a number of regional and international issues, such as addressing Sahel instability, supporting the elections in Libya, and promoting equal freedom, security, and prosperity for Israelis and Palestinians.