A delegation of the Saharawi Movement for Peace (MSP) held meetings in Brussels with numerous members of the European Parliament and officials of the External Action Service of the European Union.
The meetings took place at the seat of the Parliament with members of the Group of the European People's Party and the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats. They also met with independent MEPs.
The MSP delegation, composed of Hach Ahmed, first secretary, and Mohamed Cherif, deputy head of international relations, expressed their concern to their interlocutors about the stalemate in the peace process and the UN Personal Envoy's Mission.
He also explained the Movement's approach to the peaceful solution of the problem of Western Sahara and insisted on the need for the cease-fire to be respected and the resumption of efforts to unblock the political process in Geneva.
During the meetings, MEPs expressed their understanding for the approaches of the SPM to promote and contribute to a peaceful solution in which there are neither winners nor losers, and their commitment to introduce the culture of democracy and multipartyism as the key to peace and coexistence among the peoples of North Africa.