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Sahrawi FM does not rule out use of right to self-defense by concluding Defence Pacts

6 months ago at 14/Oct/2020 81

Faced with Morocco’s ongoing hindrance activity and the inability of MINURSO (UN Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahara) to force Morocco to commit to the agreed-upon settlement plan, Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic’s Foreign Minister Mohamed Salem Ould Salek has not ruled out the use of right to self-defense by concluding Defence Pacts.

“Right to self-defense by concluding Defence Pacts, a right recognized by the Constitution of the African Union (AU),” the head of Saharawi diplomacy told Channel One of the Algerian national radio.

Ould Salek stressed that the UN Security Council and France bear the full responsibility for the stalemate in the settlement process of the Sahrawi cause and decolonization of the last colony in Africa.

“The stalemate comes from within the Security Council, more precisely, France, which is blocking peace in the region,” he said.

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