The Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans Residing Abroad, Nasser Bourita, received this Sunday the Head of the Libyan government of national unity, Abdelhamid Dabaiba. This last is expected to meet this Monday, the head of the Moroccan government, Saad Dine El Otmani as well as other political leaders.
In a statement from the Moroccan Foreign Ministry, Abdelhamid Dabaiba said that the historic ties between Libya and Morocco have given a strong impetus to strengthening relations and their improvement of the issue of foreign tensions and interference in his country, noting that his visit to Morocco today is proof of the sincerity of the brotherhood that binds the two brotherly peoples.
The Libyan Prime Minister expressed his thanks to the Kingdom of Morocco, led by King Mohammed VI, for the efforts made to unify state institutions in Libya and support the political and security stability of the country.
Indeed, “Morocco is supporting the efforts of the Libyan people and the legitimate Libyan institutions in order to prepare for the next electoral deadlines, which aim to lay the foundations for lasting stability in this Maghreb country”, said Sunday in Rabat, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans living abroad, Nasser Bourita.
In his statement, Dabaiba added that his visit to Rabat is also an opportunity to “To strengthen bilateral relations between Morocco and Libya in all fields and to develop them in the interest of the two peoples”, referring to the agreement reached on the meeting of the Moroccan-Libyan mixed consular committee which will look into the issue of visas between the two countries.
The Libyan official said the national unity government is looking forward to the ninth meeting of the joint higher committee between the two countries, which has not met since 2009.
“The meeting of all the conditions for the success of the electoral deadlines scheduled for December 24 will allow the Libyans to enjoy stability, to put an end to the foreign presence and to achieve development”, underlined Nasser Bourita in a statement to the press after his talks with the head of the Libyan transitional government, Abdelhamid Dabaiba.
Abdelhamid Dabaiba’s visit to Morocco, he continued, is part of the implementation of the High Instructions of King Mohammed VI in order to strengthen communication between the Kingdom of Morocco and the various legitimate Libyan authorities. about all matters concerning them.
This visit was also an opportunity to examine the latest diplomatic developments relating to the Libyan file, said Nasser Bourita, affirming that the credibility enjoyed by the Kingdom is the reason which animates the desire of the Libyans to see Morocco play a major role. and ongoing in this case.
The current executive apparatus in Libya, which is aware of the interests and challenges facing Libyans, has made great efforts since being elected to overcome all difficulties, he noted.
#Morocco 🇲🇦 – #Libya 🇱🇾 | The Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans Residing Abroad, Mr. Nasser Bourita, today received the Head of the Libyan Government of National Unity, Mr. Abdulhamid AlDabaiba.@GovernmentLY pic.twitter.com/5mlxL4PYJw
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