Dominica receives congratulatory from Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic

Mohamed Abdelaziz has been president of Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic since 1976
Mohamed Abdelaziz has been president of Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic since 1976

President of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic and Secretary General of the Polisario front, Mohamed Abdelaziz, sent Monday (November 2) a congratulatory message to His Excellency Charles Angelo Savarin, D.A.H., president of the Commonwealth of Dominica, on the occasion of the 37th anniversary of Independence of his country.

“On the occasion of the of the 37th Anniversary of Independence of the Commonwealth of Dominica, on behalf of the government and people of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic and in my own name, I wish to express the warmest congratulations and best wishes to Your Excellency and, through Your Excellency, to the government and people of the Commonwealth of Dominica,” said the President of the Republic in his letter.

He expressed his confidence that the relations of friendship between the Commonwealth of Dominica and the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic will be further strengthened for the benefit of the two peoples.

The Sultan of Oman also sent a congratulatory cable to Dominica
The Sultan of Oman also sent a congratulatory cable to Dominica

Meanwhile the Sultan of Oman, Qaboos bin Said al Said, has sent a cable of congratulations to President Savarin on the occasion of the island’s Independence, according to The Times of Oman.

In his cable, he expressed his sincere congratulations along with best wishes to President Savarin and the people of Dominica.


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  1. real deal
    November 3, 2015

    well well well that Skerrit not easy yeah.

    November 2, 2015

    skrittttttttttttt… not easy en… when is morocco brothers

    • The Real Facts
      November 2, 2015

      Cease your discrimination. We are the world and the children of the world. We must all learn to live in harmony, peace and unity without which we will never see God. Go and study the Holy Bible especially the New Testament.
      Accept congratulations with thanks.

      • Jon Jones
        September 20, 2016

        Discrimination is the enslavement of black people for 1500 years by Arabs even beore the Atlantic slave trade.
        The ratio of men to women was 3:1 to mainly satisfy the demand for concubines by Muslim men. The men were castrated of which 90% did not survive the process, hence the lack of black people in the Arab world today considering its proximity to Africa.
        Other tham Muammar Gadaffi (probably to go down in history as one of the greatest Arabs), no other has made any kind of attempt of apology or otherwise to the black people for this sin committed by them to our race.
        Black people need to be aware that it is those who enslaved us who tend to be the first to want us to forget the past and move on like it never happened. How many empires were built on our ancestors broken backs and blood. It has happened more than once so

  3. November 2, 2015

    I wonder why they bothered, considering that Dominica withdrew its recognition of Western Sahara in 2010, presumably because it would interfere with a relationship with Morocco, which claims all of Western Sahara’s territory and doesn’t recognise its independence.

    • November 2, 2015

      DOMINICANS it’s time we ask questions of the Government because it’s one story after another and the amazing thing, we are learning all what’s going on with Dominica from outside and in the World Media , what are we doing why are we so silent Dominica belong to all of us

      • The Real Facts
        November 2, 2015

        There is a time and place for everything. There is a time to be silent for peace sake. Prayers are effective. They move mountains.

    • The Real Facts
      November 2, 2015

      The world belongs to every member of humanity, be it temporary. They simply did not forget Dominica. In the spirit of friendship, respect and diplomacy, they chose to send a congratulatory message. It should be acknowledged with gratitude.

      • November 4, 2015

        While I respect your positivity, I think that Stanley’s explanation that they just forgot to remove us from a list seems much more likely.

  4. Tjebe Fort
    November 2, 2015

    And nothing from Morocco? lets wait and see.

  5. Stanley
    November 2, 2015

    These may just be it the data base of the country’s foreign missions and automatic congratulatory messages are sent. This is what happens most times- just diplomatic protocol.

    But I am not sure about the message from the Polisario Front when Skerrit is in bed with Morocco. This one may have just slipped without he clerk checking it.

    If your remember it was Rosie Douglas who supported them and Skerrit turned his back on them for a few pennies and a free trip to Morocco. They probably haven’t updated their data base system.

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