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Polisario Front: Moroccan King’s Speech on Western Sahara “Myths and Illusions”

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The Policario Front described Moroccan King Mohammed VI’s statements about the Sahara, in which he stressed that Morocco “did not negotiate” on the disputed area between Rabat and the separatists.

The “People’s Front for the Liberation of Sakuya El-Hamra and Ott Adahab” (Polisario) considers the Moroccan king’s speech to be “myths and illusions justifying inaction and irresponsibility,” the Algerian news agency reported.

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King of Morocco: We are not talking about Sahara Morocco, but the solution to this artificial conflict (video)

After 16 years of war, the Sahrawi people, who signed a settlement plan in 1991 and accepted permanent peace with the Kingdom of Morocco, warned the Front that they would not stop their struggle until Morocco ended its occupation and illegal occupation. Sahrawi Republic. “

He added, “The King of Morocco is well aware of the fact that the neighboring Saharavi Republic of the Kingdom of Morocco is an irreversible fact, and that Morocco sits on its side in multilateral forums on the continent and internationally.”

When the ceasefire agreement was signed in September 1991, the police demanded a referendum on self-determination in the Western Sahara, which was recognized by the United Nations, while Rabat rejected any solution outside of Rabat’s sovereignty over this vast area. 266,000 square kilometers.

In a speech on Saturday, the Moroccan king said, “The Moroccan people of the Sahara have never been at the negotiating table and will not be.”

“Rabat is in talks to find a peaceful solution to this artificial regional conflict,” he said, but reiterated the kingdom’s rejection of Western Sahara’s independence.

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Last week, the UN. The Security Council requested that in addition to the International Atomic Energy Agency’s ongoing inspections in Iran, that it monitor Iran’s compliance with “the steps required by the IAEA Board”.

The Security Council requested that in addition to the International Atomic Energy Agency’s ongoing inspections in Iran, that it monitor Iran’s compliance with “the steps required by the IAEA Board”.

Source: AFP