ALGIERS- Palestinian Minister of Information Mohamed Assaf affirmed Friday in Algiers that the Palestinian authority would not give up on the creation of a State within the 1967 borders, adding that the US will no longer have a role in the peace process, outside a UN-sponsored international multilateral mechanism.
CAIRO- Foreign ministers of the Arab League States will meet Thursday in an extraordinary session to examine the latest developments on al-Quds following the decision of the American President Donald Trump to consider the holy city as the capital of Israel.
CHAHID EL HAFED (Sahrawi Refugee Camp)- Over 50 Sahrawi and international organizations are to hold an International Conference on "Civilian Resistance to the Moroccan Occupation" in late February.
BRUSSELS- The Sahrawi minister for Europe Mohamed Sidati called to “compensate the Sahrawi people following the exploitation of its natural wealth without its agreement or the consulting of its sole legitimate representative, the Polisario Front” said Wednesday, the Sahrawi Press Agency, SPS.
BIR LAHLOU (occupied territories)- The Sahrawi government hailed the decision adopted by the 30th ordinary summit of the African Union held recently in Addis Ababa, which calls on the two member States of the organization, the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic, and the kingdom of Morocco, to engage in direct, serious discussions without preconditions, and to take the measures necessary for the organization of a self-determination referendum in Western Sahara in order to put an end to their conflict.
LONDON-The British organization for solidarity with Western Sahara “Western Sahara Campaign WSC-UK, has launched this week a campaign to include human rights monitoring in the mandate of the mission of the United Nations Mission for the Referendum of Self-Determination in Western Sahara (MINURSO).
ADDIS ABABA- The African leaders committed Monday, at the end of their summit in Addis Ababa (Ethiopia), to strengthening the continent’s integration to achieve the objectives in terms of peace, security and development.
ADDIS ABABA-The African Union Executive Council (AUC), which met on the occasion of the 30th AU Summit in Addis Ababa, on Monday urged Morocco to facilitate the conduct of the Fact Finding Mission in Western Sahara Territory under the implementation of the decision 689 adopted in 2012 by the 20th CUA session.
ADDIS ABABA- The Peace and Security Council (PSC) of the African Union warned against the threat of the African and foreign terrorists returning to their respective countries, calling on the Union’s member States to develop a “harmonious approach” to address it, said Monday, in Addis Ababa, a PSC’s commission.
ADDIS-ABABA- Terrorism and violent extremism, supplied by the incomes of the organized cross -border crime in all its forms, notably drug, human and arms trafficking are the "biggest threat to peace, security and stability" of the African continent, said the Peace and Security Council report.