ALGIERS- Minister of Foreign Affairs Sabri Boukadoum made last week a tour to Africa in which a great convergence of views and positions was noted with the African leaders concerning the different regional and international issues of common interest as well as the role of the African Union in terms of development, stability and peace in the African continent.
BIR LAHLOU (Liberated Sahrawi territories)- The Moroccan occupier is promoting fictitious victories in Western Sahara to absorb the anger of the Moroccan people who reject the normalization with the Zionist entity, and cover the significant losses inflicted on its army, Minister of Information, Spokesman of the Sahrawi Government Hamada Salma Daf affirmed on Saturday.
BIR LAHLOU- Units of the Sahrawi People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) continued their attacks in the past three days against bases and positions of the Moroccan occupation army along the wall of shame, for the 59th consecutive day, the Sahrawi Ministry of Defense said Sunday in a statement.
MADRID- Spanish Foreign Minister, Arancha Gonzalez Laya, assured Monday that the U.S. military base of Rota in the Spanish city of Cadiz "is not in danger" following information about a possible "agreement" between Morocco and Washington for its transfer to the occupied Sahrawi territories.
BIR LEHLOU-Units of the Sahrawi People's Liberation Army (SPLA) continued, for the 52nd consecutive day, their attacks on bases and positions of the Moroccan occupation army along the wall of shame, said Sunday a the Saharawi Defence Ministry in a statement.
SYDNEY- The Sahrawi people are frustrated by the UN's inaction in the face of Morocco's recurring violations of the ceasefire agreement, said the Polisario Front representative in Australia, Kamal Fadel, deploring the obstruction of the process of resolving the conflict in Western Sahara.
BIR LAHLOU- Units of the Sahrawi People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) continued on Tuesday and Wednesday their attacks targeting bases and positions of the Moroccan occupation forces behind the wall of shame, said the Sahrawi Defence Ministry Wednesday in a Communiqué.
BIR LAHLOU (Liberated territories)- Units of the Sahrawi People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) “conducted Monday new attacks against positions of the Moroccan occupation army along the wall of the shame,” the Sahrawi Defense Ministry said in a statement.
ALGIERS- SADR’s ambassador to Algeria Abdelkader Taleb Omar affirmed Saturday that the military strikes against the positions of the Moroccan forces “continue and will not stop, until the Sahrawi people obtain the liberation of their territories,” underlining that Morocco tries to hide these realities on the ground to “mislead those with which it wants to concluded political and economic agreements in the region.”
JOHANNESBURG-The African Union (AU) asked the Peace and Security Council (PSC) to urge Morocco and the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) to “prepare the conditions of a new ceasefire,” leading to a solution ensuring to the Sahrawi people their right to self-determination.