Guyana Withdraws Recognition of So-Called SADR
PERSISMA, Rabat – The Co-operative Republic of Guyana announced on Saturday its decision to withdraw its recognition of the so-called “SADR”. In a letter sent to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans Expatriates, Mr. Nasser Bourita, Guyana’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Mr. Hugh Hilton Todd, underlines that “the Government of Guyana will no longer recognize the so-called sadr”, stressing that Guyana” will provide its full support to the efforts of the United Nations to achieve a peaceful and mutually acceptable solution”.
Thanks to the impetus given by His Majesty King Mohammed VI, may God assist him, the international dynamic of support for the Moroccanness of the Sahara continues, to the extent of the erosion of recognition of the ghostly “republic”, noting that 164 countries across the world do not recognize the so-called “sadr”.
The Co-operative Republic of Guyana, which recognized the ghostly entity on September 1, 1979, and whose decision coincides with the commemoration by the Moroccan people of the 45th anniversary of the Green March, is the 14th country in South America and the Caribbean to have withdrawn its recognition of the puppet entity since 2010.