The first UN-led talks in six years over the disputed Western Sahara-region concluded on a positive note on Thursday in Geneva, where the organisation's representative Horst Köhler said that further discussions are planned "in the first quarter of 2019". Köhler said the meeting was a "first - but important - step" towards a renewed political process on the future of the disputed territory.
'Peaceful Solution' to Western Sahara Conflict Is Possible - UN Envoy
UN News, 6 December 2018
The first UN-led talks in six years over the disputed Western Sahara-region concluded on a positive note on Thursday in Geneva, where the Organization's representative Horst… Read more »
Peacekeepers have been stationed in Western Sahara since 1991 when the UN mission, MINURSO, was established (file photo).
First UN-Sponsored Western Sahara Talks in Six Years Begin in Geneva
UN News, 5 December 2018
Talks have begun at the UN on the future of Western Sahara - the first in years - the Organization announced on Wednesday. Read more »
The United Nations Security Council, which met last week in New York, reiterated its strong support to the UN Envoy for Western Sahara, Horst Kohler. A source says Kohler intends ... Read more »
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