The delegations of the High Council of State and the Libyan House of Representatives welcomed, Saturday in Bouznika, the continued support of King Mohammed VI to the efforts aimed at reaching agreements capable of contributing to the resolution of the Libyan crisis.
At the end of the new round of inter-Libyan dialogue which took place in the presence of Nasser Bourita, Minister of Foreign Affairs, International Cooperation and Moroccans living abroad, Ibrahim Sahd, representative of the High Council of State, expressed his deep gratitude to HM the King and to the Kingdom of Morocco for the “multiple opportunities they have offered us” as well as for their support and confidence.
Morocco is at the head of the parties that are working to promote agreements between the Libyan parties, he noted, noting that the Libyans aspire to recover their unity to contribute positively to the restitution of the spirit of the Union Maghreb so that it sets itself up as a model of understanding, fraternity, cooperation and development in the service of the peoples of the region and the continent.
Ibrahim Sahd also said he was satisfied with the agreement reached thanks to the support of Morocco on the subject of sovereignty positions, considering that this is a “good step” as a prelude to unification. institutions in Libya.
For his part, Ahmed Al-Bandak, representative of the Libyan House of Representatives, expressed his thanks to King Mohammed VI and the Kingdom of Morocco for their efforts to bring the points of view closer between the Libyan parties.
He highlighted the sincere feelings of Morocco towards Libya, which “are not driven by interests”, underlining at the same time the Kingdom’s concern to facilitate all the measures which allow to achieve satisfactory results between the Libyan protagonists. .
At the end of this new round, the delegations of the High Council of State and the Libyan House of Representatives agreed on the formation and the appointment of small work teams to take practical measures concerning the occupants of the positions of sovereignty.
These teams will ensure in particular the development of application forms and invite candidates to present their files which must meet the agreed criteria and conditions, the press release notes, noting that these teams will also ensure that the applications comply with the criteria. and conditions put in place as they will receive application forms and resumes from applicants.
This new round of dialogue follows on from the previous sessions held by the two parties in September, October and November 2020 in Bouznika and Tangier, crowned by the conclusion of “comprehensive agreements on the criteria and mechanisms for occupying positions of sovereignty, provided for by article 15 of the Libyan Political Agreement concluded in December 2015 in Skhirat ”.