In an article entitled "Repeated Provocations by Polisario Front in Buffer Zone", the newspaper writes that "at a time when the Security Council calls for the resumption of the peace process in order to reach a realistic, pragmatic and sustainable regional solution on the Moroccan Sahara, the other parties to the conflict are acting provocatively to undermine the efforts of the United Nations ".
"Morocco has expressed regret regarding Polisario's attempts to stir up the conflict with the blessing and complicity of a neighboring member of the UMA, which is home to an entity threatening regional security," the paper added noting that "instead of respecting the principles of good neighborliness and working towards regional stability, the neighboring country of Morocco is encouraging Polisario in its destabilizing action that affects the entire region" .
The newspaper indicates that "Morocco has formally requested the relevant UN bodies to launch an international investigation to shed light on the situation in the Tindouf camps administered by Polisario in southern Algeria, where Saharawi populations are sequestrated and where the humanitarian aid provided by the international community is misused and sold in the markets of the host country.
The paper adds that Morocco reiterated its determination to defend its territorial integrity and national unity throughout its territory, including its southern provinces, and asked the United Nations, and more specifically MlNURSO, to investigate on repeated Polisario incursions into the buffer zone, which threaten the ceasefire agreement.
The newspaper indicates that information widely relayed by the media, revealed the involvement of Hezbollah in military training of Polisario militias, which put Algeria and iPolisario in embarrassment and brought the latter to make irresponsible actions.
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