Nasser Bourita represented HM King Mohammed VI at the Paris Conference on Libya.
Moroccan Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Abroad Nasser Bourita, who represents HM King Mohammed VI at the Paris Conference on Libya, presented the Royal approach to solving the Libyan crisis. The head of Moroccan diplomacy highlighted the sovereign’s desire to make Morocco a welcoming land for interlibrary dialogue. In his address to the participants of this international meeting, co-chaired by French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Italian Council President Mario Draghi as well as Libyan Presidential Council President Mohamed El. Menfi, Mr Bourietta assured that HM The King follows developments in Libya closely and frames Morocco’s commitment with its Royal Vision that has never wavered.
The royal approach to solving the Libyan crisis is based on respect for Libya’s will and a ban on all paternalism. According to the Moroccan Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Living Abroad, Nasser Bourita, this vision has enabled the major progress initiated by the conclusion in December 2015 of the Skiret political agreement.
The official representing HM King Mohammed VI at the Paris Conference on Libya recalled that the Buznica Arrangement of 6 October 2020 made it possible to move towards the reunification of the seven sovereign positions, which was part of the Interlibean Parliamentary Congress of 23 November 2020. Was. Facilitated the meeting of 123 Libyan parliamentarians from the East and West for the first time since 2011, and most recently, the Rabat engagement of December 2020 brought together the opinions of representatives of the Chamber of Representatives and the High Council. Regarding holding elections in the state on the scheduled date of December 24, 2021.
The Moroccan head of diplomacy called on participants in the summit to deliver a strong and clear message addressed to Libya and the international community. He called on Libya to commit to a better future while maintaining progress, stressing that elections can turn a ceasefire into a lasting peace and definitively resolve the issue of legitimacy. The minister, in this context, stressed the need to ensure that the legislative framework for elections in Libya is “consensual” and “inclusive”, adding that these elections will strengthen Libya’s sovereignty and allow the international community There is a Libyan negotiator.
While clearly expressing the state’s support for the actions of the Abdel Hamid Dabiba government, Mr Bourita recalled Morocco’s readiness to support any agreement between the Libyans. “Morocco is ready to support anything that the Libyan people will agree to, and this, the Libyan brothers know very well”, he said, emphasizing the need to change the role of the community. international and Libyan partners. “Morocco – which remains a country of negotiations to which Libyan brothers spontaneously converge – has always expressed regret that Libya has been a “diplomatic trade fund” for some and, for others, “an area of proxy conflict”. To whom, Mr. Bourita affirmed that “the only party that each must take is to unite with Libya – without heralds and without incursions – to establish a state of lasting peace, including demilitarization, departure of foreign mercenaries”. including the reunification of U.S. troops and local militiamen, on the path of consolidating peace with Libya and strengthening the institutions of the rule of law, and favoring Libya, thanks to its own resources and investments managed by Libya itself, Help rebuild”.
Call to hold presidential and legislative elections on agreed date
Participants in the Paris International Conference on Libya underscored the need for holding presidential and legislative elections on 24 December, so that Libyans can vote freely for the choice of their president and their representatives. During this summit, co-organized by France, Italy, Germany and Libya, the international community considered it necessary that the results of these elections be accepted by all stakeholders. This international call for the holding of presidential and legislative elections on the date agreed in the political roadmap of Libya was clearly expressed by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccan residing in Morocco, Nasser Bourita, who attended the summit with His Excellency King Mohammed VI was represented. “Only elections can convert a ceasefire into a lasting peace, certainly settle the issue of legitimacy and end the duality of institutions in Libya,” said Borita, who emphasized primacy. In the sole interest of the Libyan people.
In addition, the final declaration approving the work of the Paris International Conference on Libya welcomed the process of reunification of Libya’s sovereign institutions, which had been initiated in Buznica, Morocco. He also stressed on respecting the results of the political talks in Geneva on the Libyan question.
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