Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic special envoy meets President Mnangagwa

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By Tobias Mudzingwa
A special envoy from the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic, who is also the country’s Foreign Affairs Minister Mr Mohamed Salem Ould Salek says the Western Sahara state is grateful to the Zimbabwean government for supporting the cause of the Sahrawi people in their quest to be free from Moroccan rule.
Speaking to journalists after paying a courtesy call on President Emmerson Mnangagwa at his Munhumutapa offices on Monday morning, Mr Salem Ould Salek implored the United Nations and the African Union to increase pressure on Morocco to respect the self-determination and independence of the Sahrawi people.
The dispute that has spanned for around 42 years is on territorial borders in the Western Sahara region.

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