UN Secretary-General on Western Sahara


Office of spokesperson of UN
  • 50% Off Select Filtration Systems at Aquasana

  • Statement attributable to the Spokesman for the Secretary-General on Western Sahara

    The Secretary-General is deeply concerned over the tense situation that has developed in the narrow Buffer Strip in southwestern Western Sahara between the Moroccan berm and the Mauritanian border as a result of changes in the status quo and the introduction of armed units from Morocco and the Polisario in close proximity to each other.

    The Secretary-General calls on both parties to suspend any action that alters that status quo

    The Secretary-General calls on both parties to suspend any action that alters that status quo and to withdraw all armed elements so as to prevent any further escalation and permit MINURSO to hold discussions with both parties on the situation. The Secretary-General stresses the importance for both parties to adhere to their obligations as per the Military Agreement number 1, and the need to respect the letter and the spirit of the ceasefire agreement.

  • Magic Cabin

  • Previous African leaders, partners commit to actions to empower youth, women to transform Africa
    Next Signing of the Japan-Kenya Investment Agreement

    1 Comment

    1. February 11, 2019
      Reply

      Hello there,

      My name is Aly and I would like to know if you would have any interest to have your website here at mtkenyatimes.co.ke promoted as a resource on our blog alychidesign.com ?

      We are in the midst of updating our broken link resources to include current and up to date resources for our readers. Our resource links are manually approved allowing us to mark a link as a do-follow link as well
      .
      If you may be interested please in being included as a resource on our blog, please let me know.

      Thanks,
      Aly

    Leave a reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *