NEW YORK – The United Nations has denied allegations made by Morocco regarding "violations" of the ceasefire by the Polisario Front, saying that Minurso has not recorded any incident that could constitute "a violation under the applicable agreements".
"The UN Mission, Minurso, was present during these two alleged incidents and did not observe anything that could constitute a violation under the applicable agreements," said UN spokesman Stéphane Dujarric, at a press briefing in New York.
Dujarric explained that there is a procedure established by the Minurso to evaluate such allegations in the field, and that is "based on the impartial monitoring and observation functions" of the staff of the UN Mission in Western Sahara , he added.
"Incidents identified as violating applicable agreements are shared with the parties for immediate action, a process that has been effective in preventing conflict and maintaining the ceasefire since its inception," he said. he added.
The Marco sent a letter to the Security Council in which he falsely accused the Polisario Front of "violations" of the cease-fire for having organized military maneuvers on 6 January in Mheiriz, and inaugurated administrative premises in this locality located in the Sahrawi territories liberated.