30 August 2014

North Africa: Morocco Has Drowned Region in Drugs and Funded Terrorists - Secretary of State for Security and Documentation

Nairobi — "Morocco has drowned the region in drugs and funded the terrorist groups" confirmed the head of the Sahrawi delegation, Ibrahim Mohamed Mahmud, secretary of state for security and documentation, during the 11th Congress of the African Committee for Security and Intelligence, in Nairobi, Kenya.

The Secretary of State for Security and Documentation considered in his intervention during the Congress that the Moroccan occupation to a great part of an African country represents threat to peace and security in the region.

The Sahrawi official stressed that any mechanism for encountering terrorism requires cooperation between various countries in the region to fight drug smuggling groups.

The Sahrawi delegation held meetings with most of the delegations participating in the Congress marked by the readiness to cooperate in diverse relevant fields.


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