Libyan Prime Minister Abdelhamid Dabaiba, is expected this Sunday, June 27, 2021, as part of his first visit to Morocco, since his appointment in February to manage the political transition in Libya until the elections scheduled for December.
For the protocol side, he will be accompanied by a Libyan ministerial delegation. The latter has already preceded him in the Kingdom and has been in Rabat since Saturday. In the agenda of the Libyan Prime Minister, Abdelhamid Dabaiba, his reception, during this Sunday afternoon by Nasser Bourita, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans Residing Abroad.
The Libyan Prime Minister and the accompanying delegation will be received the next day, Monday June 28, 2021, by the head of government, Saad Dine El Otmani, and times, it will be much more about opportunities and economic cooperation between the two states that of the political transition in Libya and the general elections of December 24, which Morocco, moreover, is close to heart as well as the other files. This Libyan diplomatic ballet if one can put it that way, which therefore continues, with this visit of this Sunday, June 27 by the Libyan Prime Minister, Abdelhamid Dabaiba, follows that of Salah Aguila, president of the House of Representatives, on June 24 and that of the Libyan Foreign Minister, Ms. Najla al-Mangoush on June 11 of that same year.
Three visits in a fortnight, that is to say the strong relations which exist between the two countries and which illustrate the esteem which the Libyans confer on Rabat. The head of the Libyan government will land in Rabat from London, three days after the Berlin 2 conference on Libya to which Morocco invited by the UN and Germany did not deign to respond, diplomatic cold between Rabat and Berlin , obliges.