NEW YORK (UNITED NATIONS)-The Polisario Front Representative at the United Nations (UN) Sidi Mohamed Omar on Tuesday has urged, once again, the UN Security Council to hold Morocco responsible for its role in drug and human trafficking in occupied Western Sahara, and warned that peace and security “are more and more threatened” in the region due to these practices.
OCCUPIED LAAYOUNE-Chairperson of the Sahrawi Organ against Moroccan Repression (ISACOM) Aminatou Haidar called the United Nations (UN) Secretary General to immediately intervene and protect the Sahrawi civilians from the systematic violations committed by Morocco and its repressive practices, holding him and the Security Council responsible for this relentlessness against Sahrawi rights.
MADRID-The chargé d'affaires of the occupied Sahrawi territories Abdallah Souilem said Monday that “the Moroccan forces intensified their repressive and intimidation actions against the Sahrawi civilians,” stressing that “the degraded situation of human rights in the occupied territories of Western Sahara presages a humanitarian disaster if the international community does not intervene to dissuade the Moroccan regime.”
ADDIS ABBABA - Sahrawi Minister of Foreign Affairs Mohamed Salem Ould Salek said on Sunday that "the tendentious remarks of the Moroccan Foreign Minister and the policy of occupation, expansion and threat to all its neighbors pursued by Morocco, will lead it to its downfall.”
ABUJA-Sahrawi Foreign Minister Mohamed Salem Ould Salek warned that if Morocco is not punished for its actions contrary to the principles of the Constitutive Act of the African Union (AU), the future of the organization "will be at stake," saying that the "war" in Western Sahara will continue until occupation ends.
ADDIS ABABA-The Executive Council of the African Union (AU) rejected, at its meeting on Thursday, the attempt by the Kingdom of Morocco to pass two infrastructure projects that cross the Sahrawi occupied territories to West African countries, said Friday the Sahrawi Press Agency (SPS).
ADDIS ABABA - Sahrawi Minister of Foreign Affairs Mohamed Salem Ould Salek called on the African Union (AU) and the United Nations (UN) to redouble efforts to establish peace between the two Member States of the AU, namely the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) and Morocco.
BIRL LAHLOU (Liberated territories)-The Sahrawi People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) conducted new attacks on positions and entrenchments of the Moroccan forces behind the wall of sand, announced Wednesday the Sahrawi Defence Ministry in a statement.
BIR LAHLOU (SAHRAWI LIBERATED TERRITORIES)-The units of the Sahrawi People’s Liberation Army (APLS) continued their attacks on entrenchments of the forces of the Moroccan army along “the wall of shame”, including 12 positions bombed on Friday and Saturday, announced the Sahrawi Defence Ministry in a communiqué.
BIR LAHLOU-The Sahrawi People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) continues its attacks on positions and entrenchments of the Moroccan army behind the wall of sand for the 78th day, announced Friday the Sahrawi Defence Ministry in a communiqué.