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  Aug. 15, 2006 
  Cambodia no more recognizes Sahrawi Republic
Cambodia no more recognizes the so-called Sahrawi Republic (SADR) and its government is resolute to have no relation with this puppet state.
      In an official communiqué published, Saturday, at the end of a meeting in Phnom Penh between Moroccan Minister delegate for Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Taib Fassi Fihri and Cambodian Prime Minister, Hun Sen and Cambodian Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister, Hor Namhong, the Cambodian authorities underlined that their country does not have any relation with the so-called "SADR" and they do not intend to have any relation in the future.
    Several countries have withdrawn recognition to the SADR, proclaimed by the Algeria-backed "Polisario" in the mid-seventies claiming the separation of the Moroccan southern provinces, known as the Sahara, after they were retrieved by Morocco from Spanish rule under the Madrid accords in 1975.
    During his visit to Cambodia, Fassi Fihri handed a message from king Mohammed VI to Cambodian Prime Minister.
    The Moroccan minister was also received by Cambodia’s King, Norodom Sihamoni, and met several Cambodian officials.

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