The Algerian media, which for decades have been waging a hostile campaign against Morocco, its territorial integrity and the Moroccan Sahara, should now blush with shame when they complains about the so-called attacks of the Moroccan news agency (MAP) against Algeria.
The Algerian media have rushed to defend their country against the accusations by Moroccan press in the scandal of the continued embezzlement of European humanitarian aid destined to the Sahrawi populations of the Tindouf camps.
But the Moroccan press was only citing the stands expressed by the European media and MEPs who have denounced these illegal and immoral acts as the Italian expert in international politics, Marco Iaconetti, called lately on his country’s government to make sure that the Italian aid is delivered to the Sahrawis of Tindouf.
In his news stories on the diversion of humanitarian aid destined to the Sahrawis of Tindouf, Iaconetti said that Italy, one of the providers of funds and humanitarian aid to the inhabitants of the Tindouf camps, has donated, according to the UN World Food Program (WFP), about 2.5 million dollars in humanitarian aid over the past five years.
“Millions of euros of European taxpayers’ money are at stake, while the conditions of the refugees have remained unchanged,” deplored Mr. Iaconetti, noting that much of the humanitarian aid was used to buy arms for the Polisario militias.
“Helping the most needy is a sacred principle, but it is also a duty for the Italian taxpayer to ensure that this aid does not end up in the wrong hands”, underlined Marco Laconetti.
According to well-informed sources in Europe, the Algerian government, whose economy has been battered by corruption and the collapse of oil prices, is now looking forward to getting rid of the heavy burden of the Polisario.
Hence, the leaders of Algerian regime encourage the Polisario to use the international aid to finance its armament.