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Morocco Calls for Political Settlement in Syria that Preserves the Country's Territorial Integrity

Geneva - Morocco called on Wednesday in Geneva the international community to work towards a political settlement of the Syrian crisis in full respect of the sovereignty and territorial integrity of this country.
Any political solution must guarantee the cessation of hostilities and the aspirations of the Syrian people to security, stability and development, Morocco's permanent representative in Geneva, ambassador Mohamed Aujjar said.

The diplomat, who was speaking at a high-level conference on Syrian refugees, recalled that since the beginning of the crisis, Morocco has contributed nearly ê 10 million to help ease the sufferings of the Syrian refugees.

This contribution enabled the establishment of the Moroccan field hospital in Zaatari Camp for Syrian refugees in Jordan, he explained, adding that this hospital, which has offered medical services for thousands of patients, reflects Morocco's commitment toward the displaced people of Syria.

Several measures were taken by the Kingdom to ensure the protection of Syrian refugees in its territory, including the regularization of the situation of 5,000 Syrians, he said, adding that Morocco also intends to grant legal status to 722 Syrians.

The Kingdom will also offer scholarships to some refugees to enable them continue their studies in Morocco, the diplomat said.

The United Nations has urged countries to ensure that people fleeing war and persecution can still find refuge abroad. Over the next three years, the U.N. refugee agency wants to resettle one-tenth of the 4.8 million Syrian refugees who are crowded into countries in the surrounding region.

To date, 179,000 places have been pledged, according to Filippo Grandi, the UN high commissioner for refugees

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