German conglomerate and largest industrial manufacturing company in Europe, Siemens, has categorically rejected the blackmail orchestrated by the Algeria-backed Polisario to slur the group’s investments in the Moroccan Sahara, saying that its investment policy in the region will be maintained.
The Polisario and its mentors, which sustained serious political and diplomatic setbacks in the UN, Africa, America and Europe, in their attempts to harm Morocco’s territorial integrity, have suffered a new failure.
Actually, the international Siemens Group, specialized in high technologies and operating in the sectors of Industry, Energy, infrastructure, medical diagnostics equipment has dealt a blow to the Polisario as it categorically rejected the separatist front’s blackmail regarding Siemens investments in the Moroccan Sahara.
Local daily Akhbar Al Yaoum, which reports the news this Tuesday (February 6), said that Siemens Group made it clear at its latest board meeting that “investments in the Moroccan Sahara were in line with international regulations”. Thus, “the Group’s investment policy in the Sahara will be maintained and continued,” the Group announced.
This announcement is a clear response to the maneuvers and media campaigns staged by the Polisario and its mentors at the level of various European Union institutions, the daily stresses.
The Polisario and its Algeria-financed lobbies in Europe do not spare any effort to sell their separatist thesis to some European governments and dissuade European companies from investing in the Moroccan Sahara, the daily said, adding that their thesis finds no buyers, despite the huge amounts squandered by the Polisario and its sponsors in fruitless campaigns.