July 2019

Sahrawi side shows patience, wisdom in dealing with UN

Algiers, July 24, 2019 (SPS) - Head of Sahrawi diplomacy Mohamed Salem Ould Salek affirmed that the acts of violence perpetrated by Morocco in occupied Sahrawi territories confirm the confusion of the Moroccan occupier, adding that arms and military don’t weaken the resistance of the Sahrawi people and that the Sahrawi side has shown patience and wisdom when dealing with the United Nations.

French association denounces Morocco’s repression against Sahrawi civilians

Paris, July 24, 2019 (SPS) -The Association of Friends of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (AARASD) on Monday denounced repression against Sahrawi civilians in several Sahrawi occupied territories. They were celebrating Algeria’s victory at the African Cup of Nations (CAN 2019).

NMLWS condemns Moroccan forces of occupation latest violations in occupied Western Sahara

Abuja (Nigeria) 24 July 2019- The Nigerian Movement for the Liberation of Western Sahara (NMLWS) condemns “the bestial attacks on Saharawi civilians on 19th July 2019, in El Aiun –Western Sahara by Moroccan occupying forces,” in a press release signed by Dr. Dipo Fashina, and issued by the organization on Tuesday, of which SPS received a copy.

WFDY African Commission calls on progressive organizations to stand firm against Moroccan oppression in Western Sahara

Windhoek (Namibia) 24 July 2019 (SPS)- The World Federation of Democratic Youth-African Regional Commission (WFDY-ARC) issued an urgent Medias Release on Wednesday, condemning Moroccan oppression against the people of Western Sahara these last few days and calling on all progressive organizations to adopt firm position against the Moroccan violations.

Pan African Club expresses solidarity with the Saharawi people and condemns Moroccan repression and occupation

Kampala (Uganda) 24 July 2019 (SPS)-  The Chairman of the Pan African Club of Ghana, Mr. Oscar Kasya, expressed his organisation’s solidarity with the Saharawi people on Monday, condemning Moroccan continues “primitive” and “greedy” colonialism in Western Sahara.

Ould Salek: "Human rights violations inWestern Sahara’s OOTT is a result of Moroccan blockade and the French support to Rabat"

Algeria, July 23, 2019 (SPS) - Sahrawi Foreign Minister, Mohamed Salem Ould Salek, said in a press conference held at the Embassy of the Sahrawi Arab Republic in Algiers today that the violations and repression suffered by the Saharawi people in the occupied areas are a direct result of the Moroccan siege backed by French support within the Security Council.

POLISARIO urges EU to intervene in face of serious situation in Western Sahara’s occupied areas

Brussels (Belgium), July 23, 2019 (SPS) – Sahrawi Minister Delegate to Europe, Mohamed Sidati has urged today the EU high representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Federica Mogherini, to "intervene quickly to stop the repressive escalation that takes place in the occupied territories of Western Sahara."

World Peace Council condemns assassination of a young Saharawi woman by Moroccan forces of occupation

Athens (Greece) 23 July 2019 (SPS)- The President of the World Peace Council, Mrs. Socorro Gomez, expressed on Monday her vivid condemnation of the assassination by Moroccan forces of occupation of young Saharawi woman, Sabah Othman, last Friday night to Saturday morning, in the occupied city of El Aaiun.

Cebrapaz condemns Moroccan repression in occupied Western Sahara and mourns the death of young Sabah Ahmeida

Salvador de Bahia (Brazil) 23 July 2019 (SPS)– The Brazilian Center for Solidarity with the Peoples and Struggle for Peace (CEBRAPAZ) expressed its solidarity with the Saharawi people against the latest Moroccan para-military and police oppression ongoing since last Friday.

President of Republic demands independent investigation to reveal circumstances of assassination of Sahrawi young woman, dozens of unarmed Sahrawi victims

Bir Lahlou, 22 July 2019 (SPS) – President of the Republic, Secretary General of the Frente POLISARIO, Brahim Ghali, has addressed a letter to Secretary-General of the United Nations, Mr.

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