The Foreign Relations Officer of the Saharawi Youth Union, Hamdi Omar, highlighted in a series of meetings, on the sidelines of his participation in Paris, at the International Solidarity Festival, the seriousness of the situation in which live Sahrawi students in Moroccan universities, unlike all the international charters.
During a meeting with the president of the French University Center for Western Sahara, Sébastien Boulay, Hamdi Omar recalled the racist policy practiced by the Moroccan occupation against Sahrawi students enrolled in Moroccan universities.
He cited, in this context, the various difficulties encountered by students, including incarceration campaigns and bodily violence they suffer because of their activities in the universities to make known the struggle of the Saharawi people for its independence and his freedom.
In this regard, Saharawi sources of information reported that the Foreign Relations Officer had informed his host of the latest developments of the Saharawi cause both internationally and regionally.
Hamdi Omar also mentioned the efforts made by the Saharawi government and its partners to raise the level of access of Saharawi students to higher education in different sectors and universities, as well as investment in youth in integrating them into different Sahrawi companies.
He also highlighted “the role of the Saharawi Youth Union” in encouraging young people and spreading the culture of volunteering, as well as support programs aimed at alleviating the despair experienced by Saharawi youth because of the UN Security Council’s inability to put pressure on Morocco to engage in a UN process of decolonization with a view to reaching a final solution of the Saharawi cause.
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