Western Sahara: SADR calls on UN, COP22 participants to save talks process

Saharawi government on Sunday called the secretary general of the United Nations and the world leaders participating at the UN conference on climate, held in Marrakech, to save UN-sponsored talks to reach a just and peaceful solution to Western Sahara conflict.
"The Kingdom of Morocco, which hosts the summit, violates the international law as it occupies by force parts of the Saharawi Republic territories," the Saharawi ministry of Information said in a statement.
"The fight against pollution is indissociable from peace and the end of all hostilities, to restore rights and combat injustice and tyranny."
According to the Saharawi government, such an international conference, held under the aegis of the United Nations, "is an opportunity to intervene with the kingdom of Morocco to get it to abide by the international law requirements, to respect the recognized international borders, to fully cooperate with UN efforts and stop its blatant violations of human rights against defenceless Saharawi people and the plunder of Western Sahara's natural resources."

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