The Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Nasser Bourita, reiterated this Wednesday in Rabat, the call of the Kingdom of Morocco to all Libyan parties to give priority to the supreme interest and to adhere seriously to the political process.
“Morocco is following with great concern the situation in Libya, particularly in the light of the military escalation at the entrance of the capital Tripoli and the consequences that may ensue in terms of human tragedies and its impact on the stability in this country and Maghreb countries,” Bourita said in a statement to the press after his talks with Jumaa al-Qamati, the personal envoy of the head of the National Unity Government in Libya, Fayez el-Sarraj.
For Morocco, continued the minister, “the military option can only further complicate the situation in Libya and affect the stability and security of citizens,” noting that the Kingdom considers that the political process is the best solution to the crisis Libyan.
As a result, he stressed, dialogue remains the ideal way of dealing with all issues between the different Libyan parties. Bourita also noted that the stability of Libya as well as the preservation of its territorial integrity and the security of its citizens have always been a priority for King Mohammed VI, and have motivated all the Kingdom’s initiatives to bring closer points of view and to support the signature of the Skhirat agreement, the only one today that is unanimously supported by all Libyans and considered by the Security Council and the international community as a platform for a democratic and fluid transition in this maghreb brother country.