LONDON- The non-governmental human rights organization Amnesty International called, Tuesday, the United Nation to “urgently” monitor human rights in Western Sahara in order to put an end to the” violations and impunity” of which the Sahrawi people is victim under the Moroccan occupation.
PARIS – About thirty Sahrawis and French activists supporting the Sahrawi cause participated in a rally at Les Invalides in Paris on Tuesday afternoon to demand the immediate and unconditioned release of the Sahrawi political prisoners held in Morocco.
BIR LAHLOU- The Sahrawi President Brahim Ghali called Monday, the new Secretary General of the United Nations Antonio Guterres to intervene to guarantee the security and integrity of Sahrawi civilians victims of Moroccan repression because of their claim for their people’s legitimate right to self-determination and independence.
MOSCOW- Members of Russian political parties and of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) underlined the need for allowing the Sahrawi people to fight for their freedom, exercising their right to self-determination, said Monday in Moscow Polisario Front representative in Russia.
WASHINGTON (United States)- US Western Sahara Foundation urged President Donald Trump to take action to end the illegal occupation of Western Sahara, stressing that King of Morocco Mohamed VI undermines the UN-sponsored self-determination process.
LONDON (U.K)- The Moroccan occupation forces continue to violate children’s rights in Western Sahara every day, and in countless ways, said the UK-based organization for the defence of Sahrawi people’s rights Adala UK.
BRUSSELS (Belgium)- The participants in the task-force of the European Coordination Conference of support and solidarity with the Sahrawi people (EUCOCO) made Thursday, a call to the members of the United Nations Security Council, urging it to set “without delay” a date for the organization of a self-determination referendum in Western Sahara.
LONDON- The British non-governmental organization Western Sahara Campaign (WSC) on Thursday has expressed its solidarity with the Sahrawi political prisoners of Gdeim Izik and called for their immediate release.
COPENHAGEN (Denmark)- The Danish minister of foreign Affairs Anders Samuelsen said that his country continues to support the efforts of the United Nations for a political solution to the conflict in Western Sahara, which is occupied by Morocco.
NEW YORK-In 2016, Morocco has prevented UN human rights monitoring missions from visiting occupied territories in Western Sahara, said the UN Tuesday, expressing concern about torture and degrading inhuman treatment inflicted to the Sahrawi people.