President Ghali Visits Panama, Invited for the investiture of the New President Laurentino Cortizo Cohen
Panama City (Panama) June 30, 2019 (SPS) – The President of the Republic, Secretary General of the Frente POLISARIO, Mr. Brahim Ghali, arrived on Saturday in the Panamanian capital at the invitation of the government of that country to participate in the ceremony of transmission of presidential command and investiture of the new President of the Republic of Panama, Laurentino Cortizo Cohen.
The President of the Republic was received at the Tocumen International Airport by representatives of the Panamanian National Authorities, where a military unit on duty gave him military honors, before addressing the Panamanian and international press invited for the inauguration of the new Panamanian president .
The President of the Republic, in statements to the press, reaffirmed the strength of historical relations between the Republic of Panama and the Saharawi Republic, reiterating the desire to further consolidate these relations, and expressed his gratitude for this invitation. Read more
PUSL / SPS.- Katrin Jakobsdóttir Prime Minister of Iceland, who received the President of the Republic, Secretary General of the Polisario Front, Brahim Ghali, expressed on Wednesday her country’s support for the efforts towards a solution based on respect for international legality and United Nations resolutions for Western Sahara.
The meeting focused on the latest developments on this issue and the United Nations efforts to bring the process of decolonization of Western Sahara to a successful conclusion, in addition to the action of the personal envoy of the United Nations Secretary-General, ex-president Horst Köhler, to find a solution to allow the Saharawi people to exercise their right to self-determination and independence.
Furthermore, the Saharawi President informed the prime minister of the intransigence of the Kingdom of Morocco and the violation of the latter of its commitments concerning the holding of the referendum of self-determination, as agreed by the parties under the supervision of the Security Council. Read more
Havana, December 3, 2018 (SPS) – The President of the Saharawi Republic and Secretary General of the Polisario Front, Mr. Brahim Ghali, arrived Sunday evening at the Republic of Cuba on a three-day official visit, during which he will meet with high authorities of the Cuban State.
The President was received by several Cuban government officials, headed by Mr. Rogelio Sierra Díaz, Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs of Cuba, in the presence of Mr. Clara Bolido, Ambassador of Cuba accredited to the Saharawi Republic.
In the program of activities of the Saharawi President, includes, in addition to official talks with the Cuban authorities, the tribute to José Martí, the Cuban National Hero.
The president is accompanied by a delegation composed of Mansur Omar, Delegate Minister in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for Latin America, Malainin Tganam Saharawi Ambassador in Cuba and Abdati Breika, Councilor of the Presidency. Read more
Bir Lehlu (Liberated Territories of the SADR), September 22, 2018 (SPS) -. The President of the Sahrawi Republic, Mr. Brahim Gali, called on the United Nations SG, Mr. Antonio Guterres, to intervene to put an end to the repressive practices of the Moroccan authorities and guarantee the safety and protection of Sahrawi civilians in the Occupied Areas of Western Sahara.
In a letter addressed to the United Nations SG on the recent Moroccan repression against the Saharawi demonstrators, the President of the Republic said that Morocco, through these repeated methods, does not “reflect” the real will or good faith to cooperate with the efforts of the United Nations, led by the Personal Envoy of the United Nations for Western Sahara, the former German President Horst Köhler.
“These practices constitute a flagrant violation of international law and international humanitarian law, depriving the Saharawi people of their right to express themselves in accordance with the commandments of international law,” said the President of the Saharawi Republic. Read more