Russian anti-globalization movement expresses its unconditional solidarity with Sahrawi people struggle

Moscow, August 24, 2017 (SPS) - The Frente POLISARIO in Moscow  received a solidarity statement from the Russian anti-globalization movement expressing its unconditional solidarity with the Sahrawi people's struggle and their strong condemnation of the illegal practices of the Moroccan occupation regime against the Sahrawi citizens in the occupied part of Western Sahara.

The Russian anti-globalization movement expressed deep respect for the struggle of the Saharawi people under the leadership of the POLISARIO for the exercise of national sovereignty throughout the occupied country, condemning the unfair sentences against the Saharawi group of political prisoners Gdeim Izik, which violate the international law.

The movement's statement pointed out that Morocco has made a serious mistake in prosecuting activists who demand only the right of self-determination guaranteed by all international conventions, knowing that the Moroccan occupation does not have the legitimacy of the trial of the Sahrawis either in civil courts or in military one because Morocco is an occupying force .

The Russian anti-globalization movement also appeals to the international community to enable the Saharawi people to fully independence and demands the immediate release of the Gdeim Izik group, who were arbitrarily sentenced and jailed in July and the release of all Sahrawi political prisoners in Moroccan prisons.

 At the end of the statement, the Russian anti-globalization movement affirmed its absolute solidarity with the struggle of the Saharawi people and its willingness to reveals the Moroccan occupation policy in the occupied part of Western Sahara, which characterized by the lack of respect for human rights, racism, marginalization and exploitation of the natural resources of the territory.

The Russian anti-globalization movement has on many occasions expressed its full solidarity with the Saharawi people in their just struggle for freedom and independence. SPS

 

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