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SPLA launches new attacks against Moroccan occupation forces

Bir Lahlou (liberated territories), November 2021 (SPS) - Units of the Saharawi People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) has carried out new attacks targeting the Moroccan occupation soldiers' entrenchments along the wall of humiliation and shame, according to military communiqué No. 353 of the Ministry of National Defense.

MINURSO: Algeria does not support Security Council's "biased" resolution

Algiers, 31 October 2021 (SPS) - Algeria does not support the "biased" resolution adopted by the UN Security Council on the renewal of the mandate of the MINURSO (UN Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahara), the ministry of Foreign Affairs and the National Community Abroad said Sunday, regretting the "fundamentally unbalanced" approach set out in the resolution that "sorely lacks responsibility and insight.

Minister of Foreign Affairs: Peace is only possible on basis of respect for international legality

Algiers, 31 October 2021 (SPS) - The Sahrawi Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mohamed Salem Ould Salek, reaffirmed Saturday that the option of peace, as an alternative to war, is only possible on the basis of respect for international legality, which does not recognize the sovereignty of Morocco over Western Sahara.

Tunisia reaffirms its positive neutrality, support for international legitimacy in Western Sahara

Tunis, 30 October 2021 (SPS) - Tunisia is committed to its fraternal and historical relations with all the Arab Maghreb countries and the principle of positive neutrality in the Western Sahara issue, Adviser to the President of the Republic of Tunisia, Walid Hajem, told TAP Friday evening.

Frente Polisario: Saharawi people will continue and intensify their legitimate armed struggle to defend their sovereignty and right to self-determination and independence

Bir Lehlou (Saharawi Republic) 30 October 2021 (SPS)- In reaction to the UN Security Council’s resolution 2602 adopted Yesterday on Western Sahara, the Frente Polisario asserted in a Communique Today that the Saharawi people will continue and intensify their legitimate armed struggle to defend their sovereignty and right to self-determination and independence.

Security Council extends MINURSO mandate for one year

New York (UN), 30 October 2021 (SPS) - The UN Security Council decided on Friday to extend for one year the mandate of the United Nations Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahara (MINURSO).

The Security Council issued its resolution 2602 on Western Sahara during a session held on Friday, extending the mission of MINURSO until 31 October 2022.

SPLA attacks the occupation forces in Mahbes

Bir Lehlu, Oct 29, 2021 (SPS) - The Sahrawi People's Liberation Army (SPLA) refocused its attacks on the soldiers of the Moroccan occupation forces entrenched in the Mahbes sector.

Namibia, “particularly concerned about Africa’s last colony”, calls for a review to Minurso’s mandate

New York (United Nations) 28 October 2021 (SPS)- The Permanent Representative of the Republic of Namibia to the UN, Amb. Neville Gertze, stressed Yesterday before the Joint General Debate of the 4th Committee, his country’s particular concerns about the situation in Western Sahara, calling for thorough review of the UN Mission’s mandate in this last colony in Africa.

Iran reaffirms support to Saharawi people’s right to self-determination in line with General Assembly’s resolution 1514

New York (United Nations) 28 October 2021 (SPS)- The Permanent Representative of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the UN, Amb. Majid Takht Ravanchi, affirmed in his statement last Monday before the Joint General Debate of the 4th Committee, that his country supports the right of the people of Western Sahara to self-determination in line with UN General Assembly’s resolution 1514.

Botswana to Fourth Committee: Delays in organizing a referendum in Western Sahara “is a result to deliberate obstructive and destabilizing actions”

New York (United Nations) 28 October 2021 (SPS)- The Permanent Representative of Botswana to the UN, Amb. Collin V. Kelapile, stressed in his statement Yesterday before the Joint General Debate of the 4th Committee, that the delays witnessed in the organization of a referendum in Western Sahara is “a result to deliberate and destabilizing actions” from Morocco.

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