BIR LEHLOU (Liberated Territories) - Sahrawi President, Brahim Ghali, called, Wednesday, on the UN Secretary General to intervene in order to prevent Morocco from including occupied Western Sahara in the upcoming legislative elections and to end all illegal activities carried out by Morocco in these territories.
ALGIERS- Algeria has strongly condemned the terrorist attack that targeted, on Monday, a village in the region of Tillaberi in western Niger, close to Mali, killing dozens of people including women and children, said Tuesday the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the National Community Abroad in a statement.
ALGIERS- Moroccan journalists said Morocco's regime is "waging a dirty war" against Algeria, which rejects the "plots against the oppressed peoples," warning against the "madness" of the Moroccan regime that is leading the whole region to unimaginable consequences.
BRUSSELS- Representative of the Polisario Front to Europe and the European Union Abi Bouchraya Bachir underlined Friday that the Front is determined, especially as the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has confirmed Morocco’s non-sovereignty over Western Sahara, to lodge complaints against the European companies involved in the plundering of the Sahrawi people’s resources.
ALGIERS- The peace agreement in Mali, stemming from Algiers process, remains an irreplaceable framework for the unity and stability in Mali, said Malian Foreign Minister Abdoulaye Diop at the end of the 17th Algeria-Mali Strategic Bilateral Committee.
ALGIERS- The conference on the role of the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali (MINUSMA) in establishing stability in the Sahel kicked off Wednesday in Algiers, while the region is facing a renewed outbreak of terrorist attacks, the last of which caused the death of 51 people in Northern Mali.
ALGIERS- Algeria has managed, through diplomatic channels, to present the decision of the AU Commission Chairman, Moussa Faki to grant Israel observer status with the pan-African organization on the agenda of the next Executive Council of the African Union (AU), to rule on the reservations expressed by member states that have rejected the membership of the Zionist entity to the continental organization.
ALGIERS- President of the Republic Abdelmadjid Tebboune affirmed that the recent developments in Tunisia is an internal matter, underlining that this country is able to resolve its issues alone and without any foreign pressure.
LONDON- For the second time in two weeks, wind energy products could be illegally exported from the Spanish city of Bilbao to occupied Western Sahara to build a wind farm in the Sahrawi city of Boudjdour by Spanish company Siemens Gamesa, warned Sunday the international observatory Western Sahara Resource Watch (WSRW).
BRUSSELS- The international pressure on Morocco has increased in order to stop its repression of Sahrawi civilians and human rights defenders in the occupied territories of Western Sahara, said Crisis Group.