The statement was issued at the end of the regular meeting of the Permanent Bureau of the National Secretariat, and underlines that “there can be no definitive peace in Western Sahara and no just settlement without respect for the territorial integrity of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic.”
The text was circulated in parallel with War Report 515 of the Sahrawi Ministry of Defense, which lists the bombardments and attacks of the Sahrawi Popular Liberation Army (SPLA) against Moroccan military positions and bases in the occupied zone of Western Sahara.
Among the recent operations, the statement lists artillery bombardments against Rabat targets in the regions of Gararat Al-Atasa and Udei Adamran, in Mahbes, causing “casualties and destruction of enemy war material”.
Hours earlier, SPLA units “concentrated their bombings against enemy positions in the regions of Fadrat Al-Ich and Fadrat Lagrab, in the sector of Hauza”, the source says.
The official military communication also stressed that at the beginning of the week, SPLA forces “ravaged targets and positions of the Moroccan occupation forces, leaving huge human and material losses in their ranks along the Wall of Shame.