Security Council holds closed-door meeting on Western Sahara


The United Nations Security Council has held, Tuesday in New York, a meeting on Western Sahara, devoted mainly to the UN Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahara (MINURSO) and the situation in the occupied Sahrawi territories.
UN Secretary General's Special Envoy for Western Sahara Christopher Ross will present an oral report on the Sahrawi issue.
He was accompanied during the session, held behind closed doors, by the head of MINURSO, Kim Bolduc.
Ross briefing will focus on MINURSO and the progress of the UN process for the resolution of the Western Sahara conflict, currently stalled by Morocco, which still refuses to cooperate with the UN mediator for the resumption of negotiations between the Polisario Front and Rabat.
Ross will denounce Rabat's obstacles to his freedom of movement, impeding him to carry out his diplomatic shuttles for the resumption of the UN process, though urged in the Security Council's last resolution on Western Sahara in April.
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