According to the Kenyan radio President Moi discussed with James Baker, which would have delivered to him a special message about Western Sahara (AFP).
At invitation of President Kabila Mohamed Abdelaziz participates in Kinshasa to the ceremonies of the 37th independence anniversary of the Democratic Republic of Congo, together with the Presidents of Namibia, Zambia, Rwanda, Burundi, Centralafrican Republic, Congo-Brazzaville and Ghana (agencies).
General Sani Abacha receives the Sahrawi President and declares that the recent decision of the SADR to open a diplomatic mission at Abuja will contribute to inform Nigeria about the developments of the conflict between Morocco and the Polisario Front. Mr. Abdelaziz declares he is "pleased about the role of Nigeria to bring Morocco and the SADR to a peacefull solution of their conflict" (agencies).
According to the Moroccan medias Swaziland, which recognized SADR 1980, would have retired its recognition. It would be the eightth African country, after Benin, Burkina-Fasso, Congo-Brazzaville, Guinea-Bissau, Sao-Tome and Principe, Chad and Togo.
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