The Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans living abroad Nasser Bourita received today, Friday, the Libyan Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mrs. Najla al-Mangoush. The Libyan Minister of Foreign Affairs was there on her first working visit to Morocco, where she met in Rabat, with her counterpart Nasser Bourita.
Najla al-Mangoush’s visit to Rabat comes a few days after the trip to Morocco of the President of the Eastern Parliament (Tobruk), Salah Aguila, and of the President of the High Council of the State (lower house. press held on the occasion and at the end of her meeting with Moroccan Minister Nasser Bourita, Libyan Minister Najla al-Mangoush called for strengthening the representativeness of the Kingdom in Libya, by opening her embassy there and requested the organization of ‘an Arab Maghreb Summit, to raise and deal with security issues in the region.
The two ministers also announced a forthcoming meeting of the mixed consular commission to deal with the various files of nationals residing in the two countries and agreed to a forthcoming meeting of the mixed consular commission to deal with the various files of nationals residing in the two countries. .
However, for the Moroccan Minister Nasser Bourita who opened the press briefing, ” Morocco has no interest in this country, its one and only interest lies in the peaceful and political settlement of the Libyan conflict. Foreign interference and weapons must stop, leaving room for the Libyan brothers to resolve their problems themselves. “. The head of Moroccan diplomacy is qualified by diplomatic sources as being one of the great specialists of the Libyan file in relation to the foreign policy of Morocco.