Sahrawi Republic attends the Twelfth Conference of African security services and intelligence

 Malabo (Equatorial Guinea) June 10, 2015 (SPS) – Sahrawi delegation headed by the Secretary of State for Documentation and Security, Mr. Brahim Mohamed Mahmoud, took part in the works of the Twelfth Conference of the African security services and Intelligence (CISSA) under the theme "The role of intelligence in the elaboration of  a road map to eliminate the conflicts on the continent in line with African  ambitions to eliminate weapons by 2020 according to  the decisions and the  recommendations of the recent African Union summit. "
The vice President of Equatorial Guinea’s president oversaw the opening of the Conference, in which the Prime Minister of Guinea and members of his government and the diplomatic corps accredited in Malabo was attended. The participants agreed that there are serious challenges to the continent, particularly the drug that Morocco is the largest producer and exporter in the world.
 The Saharawi delegation was received by Mr. Join Antonio, minister charge of the abroad in the presidency of Guinean Republic, the delegation during the conference has held several meetings. SPS