Bourita: Morocco supports the ceasefire agreement in Libya

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Morocco supports the ceasefire agreement concluded between the Libyan parties and which constitutes “very positive progress” and “very good news”, affirmed, on Saturday in Rabat, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans living abroad, Nasser Bourita.

The Kingdom congratulates the Libyan parties for signing this agreement as well as the United Nations for this “new acquis” and calls on all parties to respect its provisions, which are likely to create a favorable climate to move forward on the path of a political solution, said the minister during a joint press briefing with the president of the Libyan Chamber of Deputies, Aguila Salah, after a bilateral meeting.

Mr. Bourita underlined on this occasion the link between what is happening on the ground and the progress made in the current political discussions, highlighting the positive dynamics recorded at all levels, both in terms of political dialogue, of the application of article 15 or of the ceasefire, “which is very encouraging”.

By design, approach and form, the inter-Libyan dialogue in Bouznika constituted “qualitative progress” by bringing together Libyans, far from any foreign interference, who decided for themselves on the composition of the delegations. , the agenda and the rules of dialogue and its results, he said.

The conclusions of this dialogue confirmed the conviction of HM King Mohammed VI that Libyans are able to solve their problems on their own and that they enjoy a sense of patriotism and responsibility which can help them overcome all obstacles and achieve a solution to this crisis, noted Mr. Bourita.

Morocco, he added, appreciates all the positions and initiatives taken by the President of the Libyan House of Representatives, which have created a positive dynamism in favor of the resolution of the crisis which has affected the Libyan people for years, its positive interaction, from the start, with the inter-Libyan dialogue hosted by Morocco in Bouznika, as the first meeting between the Libyan High Council of State and the Libyan House of Representatives having given positive results, as well as its full support and follow-up to the sessions of this dialogue and support for its positive conclusions.

Mr. Bourita stressed that the visit to Morocco by the President of the Libyan Chamber of Deputies is part of Morocco’s permanent contact with the Libyans, in accordance with HM the King’s instructions to listen to all Libyans and bring unconditional support for anything that might push Libya to a solution.

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