According to “Africa News”, Brahim Ghali was hospitalized urgently in Spain under the pseudonym of an Algerian, near Zaragoza.
The Chairman of the Saharan Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) said on Thursday, April 22 that Brahim Ghali, the leader of the Saharawi separatists of the Polisario Front, had signed a contract with Covid-19 Being treated and recovering. “The President and Frontline Leaders of South Sudan [Polisario] I have been under nursing and medical observation for a few days after signing with Covid”, The presidential palace press release stated: “We informed the citizen that his condition is not worrying and that he is recovering.” But the president did not specify where to treat Secretary-General Polisario.
This press release is issued in response to an article in a French newspaper African youth According to reports, the 73-year-old SADR president, suffering from cancer, was urgently hospitalized on April 21 under the pseudonym of an Algerian near Zaragoza, Spain.When asked by Agence France-Presse, the source of the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs simply replied “Mr. Gurry was transferred to Spain for strict humanitarian reasons in order to receive treatment”, No further explanation is required.according to Young african “A group of Algerian doctors accompanied the leader of the Sahara Desert to Zaragoza on a medical plane under the Algerian presidency.”.
SADR just celebrated its 45th anniversaryE The announced anniversary was supported by Algeria. Mr. Gurry was in charge of the front, which campaigns for Western Sahara, which was elected on July 9, 2016 for the independent election of the former Spanish colony in dispute with Morocco. The Saharan separatists restored their weapons in November 2020 in response to Morocco’s military operations in a buffer zone at the southernmost tip of the vast desert territory.
The independence movement said that a Polisario military leader, Addah Al-Bendir, was killed in a Moroccan drone attack in the Saharavi region of the northern part of the country earlier this month. According to the FAR-Maroc forum (an informal Facebook page of the Moroccan Armed Forces), Brahim Ghali is by his side. “Survived” Go to Morocco for action.
The status of Western Sahara is considered to be “Non-Self-Governing Territories” In the absence of a final solution, the United Nations has been opposed to Morocco and Polisario for decades. The latter asked the United Nations to plan a referendum on self-determination, while Morocco, which controls more than two-thirds of its territory, proposed an autonomous plan under its sovereignty.