Western Sahara : Morocco warns South Africa

Brussels – Morocco warned the South African authorities of their anti-Moroccan behavior and policies and if they do not stop these policies and behavior, they will have an appropriate political position. This came during a statement of Morocco’s Foreign Minister Nasser Bureita to a parliamentary committee on the detention of a Moroccan steamer in South Africa’s territorial waters, at the request of the Polisario Front.

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Western Sahara : OCP Morocco refutes Polisario’s baseless and inapprpriate claims

Brussels –  In a statement regarding the ongoing court session in South Africa, the Office of the OCP said that the plaintiffs’ claims, which are baseless, are an out of context and inappropriate attempt to circumvent the internationally recognized political process that is effectively supervised by the United Nations Security Council.

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UN Security Council’s Western Sahara Resolution: A Bid for Stability in an Uncertain World

Brussels –  There’s no denying the fact that the world today is going through a period of change and uncertainty. This in turn has been brought on by fundamental changes in technology and factors of production, as well as global challenges such as climate change. In fact, the rise in populist forces being witnessed around the world has a direct link to increasing automation replacing human jobs – a trend that is bound to grow stronger as time progresses. This has brought out nativist passions in several countries, leading to targeting of immigrants and minorities.

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Mustapha Salma: The Western Sahara conflict is a subject between Morocco and Algeria.

Brussels – At a time when Morocco welcomed Security Council resolution 2351 on Western Sahara, the Polisario Front, which was forced to withdraw from the Guerguerat region to avoid international condemnation, choose to remain silent and not to give a clear position on the UN resolution.

How does the former Front POLISARIO leader, Mustafa Salma Ould Sidi Mouloud, as well as the current of “the Martyr’s line” of opposition to the leadership of the separatist front, see the recent UN resolution?

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Western Sahara and the new USA finance decree A new face slap for the separatists

Brussels – The USA, in its finance act of 2017 budget approved by the Congress, is considering a financial aid dedicated to the South of Morocco in order to support the economical development in the Kingdom. The POLISARIO has no choice there but to submit to the third strike in just one week after the new Security Council settlement in the UN and Malawi’s decision to no longer recognize their imaginary state.

Morocco then congratulates its diplomacy for the new dispositions in the US budgetary of 2017 concerning the Moroccan Sahara, adopted by tge Congress and approved in Friday May 5th, 2017 by the president Donald Trump.

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Malawi no longer recognizes the separatists of the Polisario.

Brussels – Mustapha El Khalfi, spokesman of Moroccan gouvernment, talked about the latest developments in the Western Sahara issue. He reminded that 43 countries had withdrawn their recognition from the Polisario entity.

Morocco is now in a strong position on the issue of the Western Sahara, testifies the series of withdrawals of the recognition of the separatists of the Algeria backed Polisario, by many countries, estimated the government at the end of its weekly meeting .

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Western Sahara : The Algeria-backed Polisario losing ground in Africa, across the world


Brussels – The Algeria-backed Polisario, which is claiming sovereignty over the Western Sahara territory in Southern Morocco, is losing more ground in Africa day by day.
On Friday, the separatists were dealt another blow as Malawi announced that it withdrew its recognition of the pseudo-Sahrawi republic proclaimed by the Polisario.

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