Sahara: Statements of David Schenker, Real "Punch Message" to Algerian Authorities (Political Expert)

MAP - Publié le Samedi 9 Janvier 2021 à 10:21




Paris - Statements from Algiers by US Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs, David Schenker, on the US position, present and future, with regard to the Moroccan Sahara, are like "a punch message" to the Algerian authorities, said, on Friday, political expert Mustapha Tossa. "America has recognized the Moroccanness of the Sahara and does not intend to reverse its decision, regardless of the leading team in the White House. This was the punch message that David Schenker delivered to the Algerian authorities still stunned by the beautiful Moroccan diplomatic work, underlined Mustapha Tossa in an article entitled "Sahara, the irreversible American recognition". The American official also affirmed that for the United States, only political negotiations between the parties within the framework of the Moroccan plan of autonomy are able to lead to a solution to the Sahara issue, said Tossa. These statements, of a "great clarity", had "the effect of a bomb in the Algerian sky", because their author is not an anonymous official of the American diplomatic apparatus whose name and function are forgotten as soon as he leaves the radar of the news", said the political scientist in this article posted on on the Atlasinfo website. This is David Schenker, US Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs: a pure product of what the American press calls the "deep state", one of the powerful makers of American strategy in the world and designer of its influence, said the political pundit.

David Schenker is important in the American diplomatic apparatus and what he did in Algiers in front of the Algerian propaganda cameras was just a clarification exercise to kill its illusions and false hopes, he added.



Source : https://www.marocafrik.com/english/Sahara-Statemen...


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