Europe Thanks HM King Mohammed VI for his Intervention in Libyan Matter
Morocco's contribution to resolving the Libyan crisis has been constructive and essential
Morocco’s contribution to resolving the Libyan crisis has been constructive and essential. The outcome of this crisis attests, once again, to the role played by Morocco and the vision of his Majesty King Mohammed VI.
The Libyan crisis has come to an end thanks to Morocco’s neutrality and impartiality during discussions between Libyan partners, delegations of the High Council of State and the Tobruk Parliament. It is for the Kingdom’s contribution to the resolution of the Libyan crisis that the Chairperson of European Parliament’s Delegation for relations with Maghreb countries and the Arab Maghreb Union (DMAG), Andrea Cozzolino, expressed his warm and sincere gratitude to Morocco.
Interviewed by an Arab news channel on the Libyan matter, Cozzolino praised the essential role played by King Mohammed VI in this process. “We, as the European Union, support this process which reminds us of the spirit of Skhirat. I extend our heartfelt thanks, in particular, to King Mohammed VI”.
Highly commended by the UN Security Council, Morocco’s role has also been highlighted by the African Union and the United States Embassy in Libya. Likewise, the Arab League thanked Morocco for having created the fraternal climate appropriate to a political solution to the Libyan crisis; a solution which will allow Libya to regain its rightful place among nations.