Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney gave the cold shoulder to a Polisario lobbyist and reiterated Ireland’s position in favor of a political solution to the Sahara regional conflict under the umbrella of the UN.
The European Union (EU) has again called for an accurate assessment of the fate of the European humanitarian aid sent to the Tindouf camps and of the beneficiaries of this aid, in the absence of reliable statistics and an official census of the population held in captivity in Tindouf.
The Taxpayer’s Association of Europe, a federation of 29 national taxpayers’ associations throughout Europe, mustering more than one million members, has called on the European Union to investigate the misappropriation by Algeria and Polisario of the humanitarian aid sent to the Tindouf camps....
After the scandal of the diversion of humanitarian aid by polisario and Algeria currently being examined by the European Parliament, a new matter has been brought to the attention of the European Commission. It concerns the extrajudicial executions in the Tindouf camps.
The European Union has welcomed the “serious and credible” efforts made by Morocco to solve the Sahara regional conflict, saying that these efforts were recognized by the UN Security Council in its resolution 2468 adopted end of April 2019 with a large majority.