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Sahara: Washington does not want a new African state

The United States does not want a new African state and does not want a plan leading to the independence of the Moroccan Sahara, according to an article published on the Wall Street Journal (WSJ).

“The officials involved in the talks said that the United States had made it clear that Washington would not support a plan leading to a new African nation. This tacit agreement may not succeed with the Sahrawi independence activists,” writes the WSJ in an article about the conflict around the Sahara.

“Private talks have clearly shown that the United States supports Morocco in its opposition to the creation of an independent nation, according to Moroccan and Western officials involved in negotiations,” the article also said.

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