Sahara Press Service (El Aaiun)

11 December 2012

Ghana: President of Republic Congratulates Re-Elect President of Nation

Bir lehlu — President of the Republic , Secretary General of the Polisario Front , Mohamed Abdelaziz, on Monday has congratulated , Mr. John Dramani Mahama, on his re-election as president of Ghana for second term.

"On behalf of the government of the Saharawi Republic, the Saharawi people and on my own behalf, I would like to express to Your Excellency our sincere congratulations on your re-election as President of the Republic of Ghana for a new term." President writes to his counterpart of Ghana

"As it was then, vanguard of the Pan-Africanism and the liberation struggle in Africa, Ghana has been once again lived up to the expectations of the peoples of our continent and the world; emerging as a country democratically consolidated and politically stable. This real image of consistency and peaceful coexistence is for us a source pride and great satisfaction."

President Mohamed Abdelaziz, expressed confidence that relationship between the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) and the Republic of Ghana "will strengthen even more in the future for the benefit of our two peoples and nations."

He finally wished full success and good health to the president John Dramani Mahama, as well as "peace and prosperity to the brotherly people of Ghana."

SPS

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