Bourita Hails Libyan Political Dialogue in Bouznika

FM Nasser Bourita hailed today, Saturday 23 January, the great progress the Libyan political dialogue has achieved in Bouznika, Morocco.

Morocco’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccan Expatriates, Nasser Bourita, hailed today Saturday 23 January the great progress the Libyan political dialogue has achieved in Bouznika, Morocco.

Bourita pointed out during the end of Libyan discussion in Bouznika that the agreements the parties have reached concerning Article 15 is a paramount step.

Bourita affirmed how Morocco makes sure to stop foreign interference in Libya adding that Morocco will work constructively and permanently to solve the Libyan Crisis.

He further added that following multiple meetings about Article 15, parties have reached the final steps concerning access to sovereign positions.

Bourita expressed that although the agreement over the committee that will receive candidatures might look as a technical step, it is in fact a practical step of paramount importance.

It is worth noting that the committee will take into account different criteria in dealing with candidatures for access to sovereign positions.

On their part, the Libyan delegation has expressed their gratitude to His Majesty, King of Morocco, Mohammed VI’s continuous support and catering for the Libyan discussions and Morocco’s determination to establish stability in Libya.

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