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Sahrawi President announces intensification of war to Morocco


Sahrawi President announces intensification of war to Morocco

Algiers, nov 23 (Prensa Latina) We will intensify the war of liberation by all legitimate means, president of Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR), Brahim Ghali, announced in an address broadcast here today.
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We have made that decision until sovereignty over the entire national territory of SADR is complete, the president said before the fifth regular session of the National Secretariat of the Polisario Front, which he leads, meeting in Chahid El Hafed camp.

Ghali criticized UN Security Council resolution 2602 (2021), calling it a sign of a dangerous trend that seeks to skip international legitimacy, adopting crisis management rather than solving the situation, and working to distort the legal framework in the way to solution.

The recently adopted text, he added, moves away from its simple and clear formula, established in the UN Charter and resolutions, the decolonization of Western Sahara, and the self-determination of the Saharawi people, “to a labyrinth of concepts and terms”.

Such approach restricts the work of the UN Secretary General’s personal envoy “because it goes beyond the idea of UN Mission mandate for the Referendum in Western Sahara which just becomes a means of violating international law”.

President Ghali emphasized that the Polisario Front, on behalf of the Saharawi people, cannot commit to any cooperation outside the framework agreed in the 1991 AU-UN Solution Plan.


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