Sahrawi President Ibrahim Ghali said that the Sahrawi state and people are advocating peace, and not war and violence.
The President of the SADR added, in his address on the occasion of the celebrations of the 45th anniversary of the proclamation of the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR), that the Sahrawi people have waited 30 years for the international community to grant them their right to freedom, stressing that the international community’s procrastination in ending the Sahrawi people’s sufferings is the reason behind the Moroccan occupation’s continued arrogance and aggression.
The Sahrawi president called on the Human Rights Council, the United Nations and the Security Council to shoulder the responsibility and protect Sahrawi civilians from the attacks of the Moroccan occupation.
Ghali, also, stressed that the Sahrawis will not give up until the establishment of an independent state that preserves their dignity and translates their aspirations and the future of their generations.
In addition, the Sahrawi president highlighted the need for the new US administration to contribute to finding a just and long lasting solution for the Sahrawi people within the framework of international legitimacy, granting them their inalienable rights.