The head of the Libyan transitional government Abdelhamid Dbeibah commended, on Sunday in Rabat, the efforts made by Morocco to achieve stability in Libya.
Dbeibah who was on a visit to Morocco, few days after the trip by Speaker of the Libyan Parliament Aguila Saleh, said “this visit reflects the deep gratitude to King Mohammed VI for the efforts made to unify Libyan institutions and ensure Libya’s political and security stability,” said Dbeibah during a press conference following his talks with Minister of Foreign Affairs Nasser Bourita.
He added that this visit also takes place within the framework of the strengthening of communication and the consolidation of bilateral relations in all fields in the service of the interests of the two brotherly peoples.
He announced that the two countries will soon hold a joint commission on consular affairs in Morocco to facilitate visas for students and residents.
The Libyan top official also insisted on the need to revive the Arab Maghreb Union, which would help overcome all the difficulties and address all the challenges facing the region.
Bourita, who discussed with his guest the need to pool efforts in order to organize the scheduled elections on December 24, said these elections “will allow Libyans to enjoy stability, put an end to foreign presence, and achieve development.”
He said Morocco undertakes mediation efforts without any interference in implementation of Royal directives to maintain ties with all legitimate Libyan bodies and to usher political stability in the country.