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BIR LEHLOU (Liberated Saharawi Territories)- Saharawi coordinator to Minurso, M'hamed Kheddad, denounced the latest "Moroccan expansionist law" that aims to annex the Sahrawi territorial waters, noting that this law has no legal basis.
ALGIERS- Ambassador of the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) in Algiers, Abdelkader Taleb Omar expressed, on Tuesday, his wish to see the next African summit shed light on "the serious Moroccan practices" against the Saharawi people, noting that the occupier takes advantage of the situation prevailing in the region to implement its policy."
ALGIERS -Berlin Conference on Libya, which brought together 11 countries, including Algeria, reiterated the crucial role of neighbouring countries in resolving the Libyan crisis, stressing the need for a lasting ceasefire in the crisis-stricken country.
BIR LAHLOU (Sahrawi Liberated Territories) - The Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) called on the African Union (AU) and its members to take urgent measures to bring African states to reconsider their grave decisions of opening "consulates" in the occupied Sahrawi territories.
BERLIN -Participants at the International conference on Libya, held Sunday in Berlin, agreed to set up a committee to monitor the implementation of the decisions taken at the meeting.
ALGIERS- The international conference on Libya, held Sunday in Berlin under the aegis of the United Nations, reiterated the fundamental principles for the preservation of peace and security in that country, including support for "the Libyan political agreement as a viable framework for the political solution in Libya."
BERLIN-Work of the International Conference on the Libyan crisis began on Sunday afternoon in Berlin, under the auspices of the United Nations (UN).
BERLIN- Several countries including Algeria will take part, Sunday in Berlin, in the International Conference on Libya which is meant to be an opportunity to mobilize the international community efforts with a view of resolving the crisis in this country.
ALGIERS- Algeria underlined Saturday that the serious unilateral decisions taken by Guinea and Gabon to open consulates in Western Sahara can under no circumstances legitimate the occupation of this territory nor question the Sahrawi people’s right to self-determination.
JOHANNESBURG- The National African Congress (ANC) reiterates its call to the international community to honor its commitments vis-à-vis the issue of Western Sahara and to speed up the organization of free, fair and transparent referendum, enabling the Sahrawi people to exercise their inalienable right to self-determination and independence, said the Sahrawi news agency SPS.