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Iranian President reiterates recognition of the Saharawi Republic
08/08/2007

   

 

   

Iranian President, Ahmadi Najad, reiterated yesterday the recognition by his country of the Saharawi Republic, SADR, in the closure of his visit to Algiers.

Najad declared during a press conference that his country “has never retreated its recognition of the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic nor did it change its position on this conflict”.

The Head of the Iranian State denied Moroccan propaganda that spread false information about alleged Iranian change of position, stressing that his country opts for the resolution of conflicts between nations through dialogue, mutual respect, justice and international legality.

Moroccan diplomacy is very active in trying to convince States that recognize the Saharawi Republic to change their positions, to freeze diplomatic relations or even cut such relations with the SADR.

The Moroccan officials make use of all means of persuasion, including bribe and pressures, and are most of the time helped in this shameful activity by French or Spanish current diplomacy.

Spanish Minister for Foreign Affairs, for example, was reported last year to be campaigning for the re-admission of Morocco to the African Union and even asking some African countries to give up supporting the Saharawi legitimate representative, POLISARIO Front.

The Saharawi Republic (Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic- SADR), which is a full member in the African Union, was constituted by the Saharawi liberation movement, POLISARIO, in 1976 to fill the administrative and political vacuum the Spanish colonial power was willing to cause by hastily pulling out of the territory to leave it under the mercy of a bloody Moroccan invasion.

The Saharawi Republic is recognized so far by 82 countries, has got many Embassies and diplomatic representations in all the continents.

 


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