The Sahrawi People’s Liberation Army forces carried out today, Tuesday, new attacks against the Moroccan occupation forces’ entrenchment in the Mahbas sector, according to Military Statement No. 328 issued by the Sahrawi Ministry of Defense.
The Saharawi Press Agency quoted the statement as saying that “the fighters of the Sahrawi People’s Liberation Army targeted, with heavy bombardment, the headquarters of the 43rd enemy legion in the Umaytir Lamkhanaza area in the Mahbas sector, and the entrenchment of the occupation forces in the Sabkhat Tanushad area, Ross Al-Sibti, and the Udi Al-Dhamran area.”
“Advanced detachments of the Sahrawi People’s Liberation Army bombed earlier yesterday, Monday, the positions of the Moroccan occupation forces in the Umm al-Dukan area in the Bakari sector, Tigrit in the Smara sector and Azmoul Umm Khamla in the Umm Adrica sector,” according to the statement.
The Sahrawi army’s attacks continue, targeting the Moroccan occupation forces, which have sustained heavy losses in lives and equipment along the sand wall (the wall of humiliation and shame), since Morocco violated the ceasefire agreement on November 13, 2020 signed, in 1991, between the two parties (Morocco and the Polisario Front).