Mr. Ahmed Rahal:
"We congratulate ourselves, and we congratulate the Moroccan nation for the shift in the Security Council. We hope that the other parties take this into consideration resulting in a solution to the problem suffered by all. The decision is positive and in the right direction "
"There is lack of effective integration into the positions by the United Nations and some of the great powers to a clear and more transparent position in every respect to serve the cause of Moroccan sovereignty and the question of self-government. International law does not solve the problem as well as referendum "
"Members of the Security Council declined to respond to this observation, but that does not mean, as to why he refused, because of course there are the efforts made by Morocco in this area, and I think that these efforts are more cited, it is true we are concerned with human rights issues Sahara necessary to aspire to the development of this space, but there has been considerable progress can not be a secret "
" The health situation in the region has made progress, but through this program will make major advance with regard to treatment, provision of health facilities necessary to accommodate all the cases known so far in the region,"
Abdellah Al Hairech:
" Our intervention focused on the human element, especially that we lack a group of disciplines with respect to the number of doctors and nurses"
Abdellah El Hannouni:
"The last UN report was clear and was in favor of the thesis of Morocco to provide an integrated project within the framework of self-government which was described realistic, a realistic proposition by the Moroccan side, which is trying to find a peaceful way out of this issue, which has lasted more than three decades,"
Hamdi Ould Errachid:
We call on our brothers who are in Tindouf, that they enter in the field of self-government and leave useless problems. They kow the position of the great countries, and the position of the Security Council. This is a great victory for Morocco and victory for Morocco, democracy and seriousness under the reign of His Majesty King.
It is a reasonable, realistic and logical decision to put an end to the suffering of our brothers and sisters who suffer from major humanitarian problems in the camps of Tindouf. the Royal Advisory Council for Saharan Affairs welcomes this to put an end to this problem.
The only effective solution is autonomy, which would undoubtedly put an end to this long problem, and will also end the enormous suffering endured by the population of the Tindouf camps, especially women.
Baba Ahl Myara:
We hope that in the future, God willing, the humanitarian aspect will be priority and as well as family visit exchange that has proved to be fruitful