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Polisario Front calls on UN Security Council for protection of negotiating course




The Polisario Front called on the UN Security Council for the need to protect the course of negotiations with the Kingdom of Morocco, in a statement Thursday following a regular session of the National Secretariat of the Polisario Front, chaired by its Secretary General President Mohamed Abdelaziz.

“The protection of the negotiating course is needed today more than ever, through the imposition of all pressures and sanctions on Morocco, in order to comply with the requirements of international legitimacy,” confirms the statement of the highest political body of the Polisario Front.

The statement reiterated the willingness of the Polisario Front to cooperate with the UN Secretary General and his Personal Envoy, in the efforts to enable the Sahrawi people to exercise its right to self-determination, emphasizing in the same context that the “Moroccan party s refusal to respond to the calls of the Personal Envoy to discuss the two proposals of the solution and its submission of pre-conditions has made the course of negotiations at a standstill.”

The National Secretariat of the Polisario Front considered that any measures to build confidence and create the atmosphere necessary for the success of the negotiation process requires to release immediately all Saharawi political prisoners, stop unfair military trials against human rights activists and reveal fate of missing persons.

It stressed that Spain, as the legal administering power of Western Sahara, bears legal, historical and moral responsibilities towards the decolonization of Western Sahara and addressing the injustice done by its Government in 1975 to the Sahrawi people, in order to exercise its right to self-determination, through a free, fair and just referendum.

The National Secretariat of the Polisario Front expressed hope that France would adopt a positive stance in line with its status as a superpower, member of the Security Council, and with its historical relations in the region, to advance the course of negotiation forward, on the basis of the UN resolutions, and ensure respect for human rights in Western Sahara.

It also called on the EU to play a “substantial” and “constructive” role to achieve a lasting peace based on a just solution that respects international conventions and values underpinning the Union, and consequently cancel any agreement with the Kingdom of Morocco that affects water, land and wealth of occupied Western Sahara.



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