The ambassador of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) to Algeria, Abdelkader Taleb Omar, affirmed Monday that the Moroccan regime was in disarray after not receiving the expected support from the international community, especially from Spain, and this after violating international legality in Western Sahara.
During a meeting with the president of the women’s section of the General Confederation of Algerian Enterprises (CGEA) and president of the branch of the International Union of Businesswomen, Yahiaoui Safia, the ambassador recalled that “the Moroccan regime is in disarray after not receiving the support it expected from the international community in the light of diplomatic disputes with many capitals, including Madrid, due to the conflict in Western Sahara occupied by Morocco since 1975”.
Morocco has recently experienced a series of diplomatic disputes with a number of European capitals, in particular Berlin, Madrid and Tehran because of the conflict in Western Sahara “.
On the occasion of the 48th anniversary of the establishment of the Polisario Front, Mr. Abdelkader Taleb Omar said that Morocco “has suffered a defeat on the international scene after violating international legality in Western Sahara,” stressing the imperative of “preservation of national unity to achieve the aspirations of the Saharawi people, namely freedom and national independence.
The Ambassador also underlined that “the Saharawi people will have to step up the pace of the struggle to meet the challenge, with the aim of putting an end to the blockade and harassment against activists in the occupied territories”.