22 September 2015

Western Sahara: Russian Anti-Globalization Movement Denounces Moroccan Repression in the Occupied Territories

Moscow — The Anti-globalization Movement of Russia condemned the brutal repression committed by the Moroccan occupation forces against the Saharawi civilians in the occupied territories of Western Sahara, said its President Alexander Lonov, during a meeting with the Polisario Front's Representative to Russia Dr. Ali Salem Mohamed Fadel.

The meeting was an opportunity for the Saharawi diplomat to brief his interlocutor about latest developments at the international level, and the tour undertaken by the special envoy to Western Sahara Mr. Christopher to the region, and the Moroccan obstacles placed by morocco in the way of the UN peace efforts that hinder lasting solution to the Sahrawi conflict.

Mr. Lonov voiced his full support to the just struggle of the Saharawi people, adding we will continue our efforts until victory and independence are obtained.

"Thetime has come for the world to know the suffering of oppressed peoples including the Saharawi people, calling for the struggle for a world of peoples." said Lonov.

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