19 December 2012

Western Sahara: Prime Minister Concludes Working Visit to Province of Madrid

Madrid — The member of the National Secretariat of the Polisario Front and Prime Minister, Abdel Qader Taleb Omar, on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday visited the Madrid province enabled him to discuss with several Spanish officials

During the first day, he met with mayor of the Fuenlabrada municipality Mr. Manuel Robles and with the advisers, Jose Sanchez Luque and Margarita Barrios Rengifo, respectively in charge of the environment, and in charge of cooperation.

The Mayor confirmed full support to the Saharawi people, and promised to devote humanitarian assistance for Sahrawi children in the near future.

At the evening, prime minister visited Municipality of Getafe where he received by its Mayor Mr. Juan solerand and had conversations with authorities of Getafe focused on the Saharawi issue and cooperation between it and Saharawi government in all fields.

at the second day, the prime minister held a meeting with members of the parliamentary group: peace and freedom for the Saharawi people, consisting of all political parties that represented at Spanish Parliament, chaired by Ms. Irine Lothano, where the meeting talked to situation of Human rights in the occupied territories of Western Sahara and the Humanitarian situation of the Saharawi refugees.

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