Polisario Defies UN, Inaugurates Facilities East Morocco’s Defense Wall

“President” of the self proclaimed SADR Ibrahim Ghali

Rabat – The news agency of the self-proclaimed Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) said that the “president” of the separatist a group Ibrahim Ghali inaugurated today  an “administrative complex in the fourth military region” in Mehriz, a town east of Morocco’s defense wall in Western Sahara.

The news agency added that the complex includes “regional government offices in the region, including human resources, security, stewardship, telecommunications, health, and the political commissariat.”

The inauguration of the illegal facilities in Western Sahara followed military maneuvers held in the region by the front’s ”army.”

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According to the separatist news agency, the military maneuvers were carried out under the supervision of Ghali.

Polsiario’s action will escalate tension as Morocco and the UN firmly warned the separatist group against any action that might change the status quo of the region.

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With this move, the Polisario is violating the UN Security Council Resolution 2440, which called on the front to adhere to its commitments” to the UN Secretary General and his Personal Envoy with respect to the buffer strip and the regions east Morocco’s berm.

The resolution also urged the Polisario to refrain from relocating facilities to areas located east Morocco’s defense wall, including Tifariti and Bir Lahlou, claimed as “liberated zones” by the separatist group.

The recent provocative moves will put the front in confrontation with the UN, according to the Moroccan government.

Source: moroccoworldnews.com