Agadir - Omar Zniber, Moroccoan Ambassador and permanent representative to the United Nations Office in Geneva, on Tuesday January 19, spoke about Morocco’s contributions to global disarmament. During the first plenary meeting of the 2021 UN Conference on Disarmament, he pointed to Morocco’s commitment to global peace and security. Of the mandate of the Conference on Disarmament, the Moroccan ambassador said that the global community should upgrade multilateral cooperation on matters of peace and stability. He notably called for a faster response to calls to participate as observers in the works of the conference, suggesting that ideology-driven controversies harm global cooperation and hinder progress in crisis management. In response to objections raised against the participation of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates as observer states, Zniber reiterated Morocco’s support for the two countries, calling for unconditional lifting of objections raised. Read Also: Morocco Defends Multilateral, Pan-African Commitment at UN General Assembly
Morocco’s UN representative in Geneva called for a faster response to calls for participation as observers in the works of the conference.