During the plenary session of this Friday and on the recommendation of its Fourth Committee (Special policy and decolonization), the General Assembly has agreed, without a vote, on a recommendation on the Gibraltar issue.
According to the agreed text, the UN welcomes "the efforts made by all to solve problems and move forward in a spirit of trust and solidarity, in order to find common solutions and progress in areas of mutual interest towards a relationship based on dialogue and The cooperation".
On November 25 the green light was given to the agreement negotiated at a technical level between London and Brussels to set the terms of the divorce with the United Kingdom within the framework of Brexit, a pact that Spain had threatened to veto until the last moment to achieve greater clarity legal status on Gibraltar.
In the recommendation, the UN General Assembly "takes note" of the United Kingdom's desire to continue with the Trilateral Forum for Dialogue, which includes the British, Spanish and Gibraltarian governments.
It also includes the position of Spain, which maintains that this forum no longer exists and advocates that it be replaced "by a new mechanism of local cooperation", in which the towns of Campo de Gibraltar and Gibraltar are represented.