Tripoli – The organization of the conference to support the stability of Libya is in line with Morocco’s vision for the settlement of this crisis, said Thursday the Ambassador, Director general of bilateral relations at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans Abroad, Mr. Fouad Yazough.
Mr. Yazough, who represented the Kingdom at this ministerial conference, underlined that Morocco’s vision on the settlement of the Libyan crisis is based on the conviction that any solution for the passage from the transition process to that of democratic building can only be a realistic inter-Libyan solution preserving the sovereignty of this country, far from any interference or foreign agendas.
In this regard, he recalled that the Moroccan vision has been clear since the first consultations leading to the Skhirate agreement and the Libyan Dialogue meetings that took place afterwards in the Kingdom, in Bouznika and Tangier.
The Moroccan diplomat stressed the importance of dialogue and consultations between Libyan stakeholders with a view to achieving political agreements, implementing UN resolutions and recommendations of international conferences, in particular the organization in time of legislative and presidential elections.
He also expressed Morocco’s satisfaction with the progress made by Libya on the path of political settlement, calling for more efforts to address other challenges, preserve political and security gains and achieve the aspirations of the Libyan people for stability, national reconciliation and development.
Mr. Yazough welcomed the success of this conference which confirms, as the Kingdom had already expressed, the importance for the Libyans to manage their own affairs in order to move from the process of transition to that of democratic building and stability.
The Kingdom, which ensures to coordinate with the United Nations in its actions of rapprochement between the Libyan stakeholders, reiterates its readiness to support the political process in Libya, the efforts of national reconciliation as well as the security, economic and political plans for the construction of a strong and unified Libyan state that strengthens national as well as regional security and stability, he concluded.
The participants in this conference underlined, in a final statement, the need to hold the elections on December 24, in accordance with the roadmap adopted by the Libyan political dialogue.