Communist Party of Spain denounces the collaboration of the government of Spain with the boycott of Morocco to the Polisario Congress
On Wednesday, November 27, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MAE) of the acting Government of Pedro Sánchez issued a statement advising Spanish citizens not to travel to Saharawi refugee camps due to hypothetical security threats that could be caused by ” growing instability in northern Mali. “
It is noteworthy that this statement was issued immediately after a meeting between the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Spain, Josep Borrel, and his Moroccan counterpart, Nasser Bourita and a few days before the celebration of the Polisario Front Congress in Tindouf, an event that will bring together in the refugee camps numerous organizations and people in solidarity with the cause of the independence of the Saharawi people.
The announcement of the MAE was made without prior notice to Jira Bulahi, delegate of the Polisario in Spain, who has denounced that she has learned from the press release of the Spanish Ministry, giving an account of the alleged “threat”. On the other hand, none of the organizations present in the camps is aware of an increase in risks or threats in the area and the Polisario Front has announced that there is no extraordinary risk in Tindouf.