Madrid, 06 Jul 2019 (SPS) The representative of the Polisario Front in France, Oubi Bouchraya, highlighted the efforts of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) to fight against terrorism and drug trafficking, arguing that the SADR remains "a key player" in the fight against these scourges in the region.
Speaker at a workshop held Friday by the Saharawi delegation in Spain in the framework of the preparatory meetings for the 44th edition of the European Conference of Coordination of Support to the Saharawi People (EUCOCO), scheduled for November in Vitoria-Gasteiz, Mr. Bouchraya underlined "the experience of the Saharawi security forces and the SADR's commitment to stability and peace in the region".
The Saharawi diplomat stressed during his speech that this experience and this commitment are essential arguments for the implementation of continental and international strategies.
Mr Bouchraya lamented, however, the limited strategic vision of the European Union (EU) in the region by failing to recognize SADR as an essential element in combating the ills that affect North Africa and the South of Europe. 'Europe.
"The European Union can not continue to underestimate the Saharawi state in the region," said the Saharawi diplomat.
"With clean and modest means, the Saharawi State implements important security measures," he added.
As part of these preparations for the Eucoco, the European Coordination of Support Committees for the Saharawi people pledged to step up awareness-raising actions with regard to the Saharawi cause and to mobilize public opinion so that the international community intervenes against the violation of human rights and looting of resources in occupied Western Sahara.
Gathering in Vitoria-Gasteiz, the members of the European Coordination have called for intensifying the international battle, to mobilize public opinion for the international community to intervene against the violation of human rights and looting of resources in occupied Western Sahara by Morocco and to act to enforce the resolutions of the United Nations and the African Union (AU) providing for the self-determination of the Saharawi people. (SPS)
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