Libya’s interior minister, Fathi Bachagha, on Monday hailed Morocco’s continued support for the stability of his country, saying the Skhirat agreement remains the ideal framework for national reconciliation.
Morocco has always stood with the Libyans in all neutrality and has given them great support by sheltering the Skhirat talks which have been crowned by the adoption of the Skhirat agreement, which is an “ideal ground” for reconciliation, said Bachagha during a press briefing after talks with Nasser Bourita, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.
The resolution of the Libyan crisis goes through the path of reconciliation and not by weapons, he noted.
On this occasion, he welcomed the efforts made by the Kingdom, King and people, calling on brother and foreign countries to present all the necessary assistance to Libya and to support that country through positive intervention.
These talks focused on security issues and ways to achieve stability and avoid political and military chaos, in addition to the spread of organized crime, terrorism and illegal emigration.
For his part, Mr. Bourita noted that the discussions were an opportunity to reaffirm the support of HM King Mohammed VI to efforts to restore stability in Libya and confirm that Morocco is still with the “Libyan brothers” to find a Libyan solution to the problems afflicting Libya, far from foreign interventions based on the Skhirat agreement which is the only framework that has been unanimously agreed upon by the Libyans and to manage the transitional period on Libya in institutional, political and security plans.
The minister also highlighted the importance of the security approach in dealing with the Libyan issue, as well as the whole political process in this Maghreb country.
Libya needs security stability and strong security institutions to deal with the spread of armed and terrorist groups in some parts of the country, he added.