A Moroccan Ministerial Delegation to Visit Libya to Discuss Strengthening Cooperation Between the two Countries

A Moroccan official said that a ministerial delegation is visiting Libya, today, Wednesday in order to hold talks on cooperation relations between the two countries.

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A Moroccan official said that a ministerial delegation is visiting Libya, today, Wednesday in order to hold talks on cooperation relations between the two countries.

An official at the Moroccan Ministry of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccan Expatriates said that “a ministerial delegation is preparing to visit Libya, on Wednesday, in order to hold discussions on ways to strengthen cooperation between the two countries.”

It should be noted in this context that Morocco played an important role in bringing together all Libyan factions. The country has also hosted, in recent years, a series of dialogue rounds, the last of which was the dialogue sessions between the Libyan Parliament and the High Council of State, in late January in Bouznika.

After years of armed conflict, the Libyan crisis is witnessing a breakthrough in the recent period after the parties managed to ratify a unified transitional authority which took office on March 16th.

Libyans hope that the unified authority will contribute to ending years of armed fight over legitimacy and power in their oil-rich country.

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