7 July 2015

Morocco: Polisario Welcomes Socialist International's Calling for Just and Lasting Solution to Western Sahara Conflict

New York — The Frente Polisario has welcomed the unanimous adoption by the Council of Socialist International (SI) of its mission report on Western Sahara, hailing its commitment to contribute to finding a just, peaceful and lasting to the conflict, said a statement of the Saharawi Ministry of Information, a copy of which obtained by SPS.

The report, adopted at the last SI congress held in Cape Town from 5 to 7 July 2015, called on the international community to strongly support the MINURSO Mission in carrying its primary mandate, which is to organize a referendum on right to self-determination of the Saharawi people, still the only legitimate way to resolve the conflict.

Socialist International also expressed commitment to continue addressing the specialized bodies and organs of the United Nations regarding its attitude on the question of Western Sahara.

"We cannot but welcome this report the interest given by the Socialist International to the decolonization process in Western Sahara," said Mr. Mohamed Sidati, Saharawi Minister Delegate for Europe, following the adoption of the report.


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