1th International Youth Solidarity Forum with Western Sahara´s delegations voice unanimously their full support for the right of the Sahrawi people

Auserd (refugee camp), March, 12 2020 (SPS)- The delegations to the First Youth Solidarity Forum with Western Sahara, have unanimously voiced their full support for the right of the Sahrawi people to independence and freedom.

Mohamed Bujruf has expressed on behalf of The Algerian Committee for Solidarity with the Saharawi People his countries with the Sahrawi issue unwavering support with  the people of  Western Sahara

Mrs. Evrique, AUPSC representative has also emphasized that peace in Africa will not be achieved and there are occupied parts of the Sahrawi Republic," adding that African youth are committed to accompany the Sahrawi people, a founding member of the African Union.

We reiterate once again our firm and unwavering support to the Sahrawi people in their noble struggle to freedom and independence, The Venezuelan Ambassador to the Sahrawi Republic, Mr. Jesus Sojo Reyes, during his official address on the sidelines of the morning session of the Youth International Forum

For her part, The Southern African international human rights activist in, Mrs. Catherine Constantinides, affirmed that the international community is required more than ever to redouble its efforts in order for the Sahrawi people to obtain their legitimate rights to freedom and independence.

A representative of The World Federation of Democratic Youth (WFDY) said that his organization will not be dissuaded by the maneuvers practiced by the Moroccan regime on supporting the Sahrawi people from freedom and liberation.

The First International Youth Forum of Solidarity with Western Sahara, kicked off Wednesday, organized by the UJSARIO in the Saharawi refugee camps from the 11th to 13th March 2020, under the theme: “Sustainable future for Saharawi youth, the fair political resolution of the conflict, human rights, natural resources and the Wall of Shame in Western Sahara”, with the presence of delegates from numerous international youth organisations. SPS