Sahrawi government denounces bill adopted by Morocco on delimitation of territorial water between SADR, Canary Islands



The Sahrawi government and the Polisario Front denounced a Moroccan bill on delimitation of territorial waters between occupied Western Sahara and Canary Islands (Spain), and considered the bill "null and void," said Friday a statement of the Saharawi Ministry of Information.

"Such a decision blatantly violates international law and the status of Western Sahara as a non-autonomous territory on the agenda of the United Nations Committee in charge of decolonization and in defiance of the decision of the International Court of Justice on 1975 and the European Court of Justice in 2016, which reaffirm that Western Sahara and Morocco are different and separate territories," said the communiqué sent to APS.

"This decision, which has no political and legal effect at the international level, is a new a headlong policy that hides poor disbursements as well as the difficult situation that Morocco is currently facing both internally and internationally," stated the communiqué.

According to media, the bill, adopted Thursday by the Moroccan government, is a "decree" on the delimitation of Sahrawi territorial waters in front of Spanish Canaries Islands
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