More than 100 organizations address UNSC demanding "a quick solution to the self-determination of the Saharawi people"

Lisbon (Portugal), April 14, 2021 (SPS) - On the eve of the meeting of the United Nations Security Council, called for next April 21, to address the situation in Western Sahara and the work of the Mission of Nations United for the Referendum in Western Sahara -MINURSO- 119 organizations have joined the initiative promoted by the collective For a Free Sahara to draw attention to the members about the serious situation that exists in the territory after the violation of the ceasefire by Morocco, on November 13, 2020, and the resumption of the armed struggle ending 3 decades of a peace process that has achieved little progress in the decolonization process.

In the letter addressed to Ambassador Dang Dinh Quy, Permanent Representative of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, President of the United Nations Security Council, the signatories recall that “over the decades, dozens of letters, communications and complaints have been sent on the serious human rights situation of the Sahrawis in the occupied territories of Western Sahara ”.

Likewise, they insist that "the right of the Saharawi people is clear in all the opinions, resolutions, declarations that the International Court of The Hague, the United Nations, the African Union and the Court of Justice of the European Union have issued at the same time. over decades ”.SPS

 

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