Western Sahara: Foods Assist Caravan to Head On 7 January for Sahrawi Refugee Camps

Algiers — A meals help caravan for the Sahrawi refugees will head on 7 January for the refugee camps in Tindouf, declared Saturday representatives of the civil society and the Nationwide Union of Algerian Farmers (UNPA) in a solidarity sit-in with the Sahrawi people today at the headquarters of the Sahrawi embassy in Algiers.

The caravan, designed up of 300 tonnes of foodstuffs, will be launched “promptly from six provinces, namely Biskra, Oued Souf, Oran, Algiers, Ghardaia and Batna”, said the secretary normal of the Algerian-Sahrawi charity affiliation Abdellah Ghorabi.

“This operation, which is aspect of the Algerian people’s surge of solidarity with the Sahrawi persons, will also be accompanied by various volunteers who will apply, on internet site, several general public utility jobs,” mentioned Tahar Chihat, head of the Countrywide Federation of the Civil Culture.

For his part, UNPA’s Secretary Common Mohamed Alioui stated that “the Algerian farmers have joined this initiative that will not be the past,” pointing out that “Algeria’s solidarity with the Sahrawi folks is solidarity with the international legality.”

For the chairman of the Countrywide Committee of Solidarity with the Sahrawi People (CNSPS) Said El Ayachi, this “foodstuffs caravan is intended to be a resistance towards Morocco’s will to starve the Sahrawi folks in buy to dissuade them from battling for the restoration of their territories and independence.”

In this respect, he claimed that Algeria has normally proven its solidarity and guidance to the Sahrawi people.

SADR’s ambassador to Algeria Abdelkader Taleb Omar underlined that this solidarity caravan of the Algerian civil culture for the Sahrawi people today “is not new.”