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Youth and Students Summer University kicks off in Tifariti

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Tifariti (Liberated Territories), August 17, 2017 (SPS) - the Summer University for Youth and Students, bearing the name of the martyr “Najem Mohamed Salem”,  kicked off Tuesday in Tifariti  under the motto 'Youth and students, a force to support the Saharawi People's Liberation Army.', scheduled to be between 14-21 August, according to SPS source.
The inauguration of the Summer University was chaired by the head of the Secretariat of Political Organization, Hamma Salama, who clarified that "the content of the training is an opportunity to exchange experiences and knowledge, as well as to train young cadres for the liberation and construction of the State. "
In the same context, the Secretary of State for Security and Documentation, Brahim Ahmed Mahmud, took advantage of his lecture, "The security situation: challenges and solutions", to expose the Moroccan occupant's efforts to drown the Sahel area and in particular the Liberated Territories of Western Sahara and Algerian territory, with drugs to disrupt the security and stability of the region.
The Saharawi official praised the role played by the Sahrawi security forces in the fight against drug trafficking fuelled by Morocco and the terrorist bands and organized crime.
On the other hand, the Saharawi coordinator with MINURSO, M'hamed Khadad, presented to the youth and students a lecture on 'the latest developments of the national cause', in which he emphasized "the importance of youth in institutional development and construction ".
The Saharawi diplomat emphasized what the battle for natural resources represents and reiterated "the POLISARIO's satisfaction with the results achieved in this regard, and in particular the judgment of the European Court and the decision of the South African justice."
M'hamed Khadad added that the struggle of the Saharawi people entailed incalculable economic, political and social losses for the Moroccan regime which forced him to resort to the purchase of lobbies and the opening of more embassies to combat the presence of the Frente POLISARIO.
Finally, the Saharawi coordinator with MINURSO said that the long wait and the frustrated peace plan will not break the will of the Saharawi to continue their battle for their legitimate rights. SPS