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President of Republic calls on Security Council to condemn Morocco’s "destabilizing actions"

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Bir-Lahlou (Liberated Zones), April 27, 2019 (SPS) - President of the Republic, Secretary-General of the Polisario Front Brahim Ghali, called on the Security Council to "condemn in the strongest terms" the violations of the ceasefire by Morocco which may compromise the path for political solution to Western Sahara conflict.
"On the eve of the Security Council's meeting on the renewal of the MINURSO mandate, it is my duty to draw your attention to the escalation of the cease-fire violations by Morocco and the urgent need for Council security to condemn such acts," wrote President Ghali in a letter sent Wednesday to President of the Security Council, Christoph Heusgen.
President Brahim Ghali added that "it is time for the Security Council to put an end to Morocco's intransigence" by condemning its "destabilizing actions".
"Not condemning with the utmost firmness such an intransigence sends a dangerous signal, according to which, new violations will be committed with impunity," stressed the Sahrawi president.
Referring to the major violations of the military agreement N 1, mentioned by the UN Secretary-General in his latest report on Western Sahara, Brahim Ghali denounced "a series of acts of bad faith" in which the Morocco, which exacerbated tensions and destabilized the situation on the ground.
Guterres denounced in this report the construction by Morocco of a new wall of sand near the occupied territory of Mahbes he described as a "major violation" of the military agreement N 1.
The UN chief has demanded the dismantling of this barrier as well as all the military posts illegally deployed in the restricted areas, reinforcement of the military infrastructures is prohibited. (SPS)