On Wednesday, Moroccan Foreign Minister, Nasser Bourita said that the upcoming elections are crucial for legitimacy in Libya.
This came during a press conference with the Vice-President of the Libyan Presidential Council, Abdullah Al-Lafi. They discussed enhancing cooperation and coordination between the two countries in various fields.
Bourita affirmed Morocco’s keenness to communicate with Libyan institutions, confirming the strong relations between the two peoples. He called on all parties to, “give priority to the interests of Libya.”
He pointed out that “there are obstacles in the course of the Libyan elections that can be overcome with a sincere will and calm dialogue.” Bourita stressed that the Libyan elections at the end of this year are important and must be transparent and sound.
“We must create harmony among all spectrums of the Libyan people to achieve stability, and we are ready to provide all means to support national reconciliation in Libya,” he added.
The FM claimed that Rabat does not have any agenda in Libya, and “our concern is to achieve stability and peace there.”