King Mohammed VI said in the wake of his adress to the nation on the sidelines of the 40th anniversary of the “Green March” that “the homeland is most forgiving and magnanimous towards those who come to their senses and repent,” addressing the polisario separatists.
“From time immemorial, the Saharan populations have been known as scholars and seasoned tradespeople. They have always earned their living by the sweat of their brow and lived with dignity and pride. They do not expect assistance from anyone, despite their harsh living conditions,” the Moroccan monarch stressed.
“I am talking about the true Sahrawis, the genuine patriots who have remained committed to the bond of allegiance which has always existed between their forefathers and Moroccan monarchs,” the Moroccan monarch added.
“As for the few people who are get carried away by the views of our enemies and who champion them, there is no place for them among us. However, the homeland is most forgiving and magnanimous towards those who come to their senses and repent,” King Mohammed VI said.