The Moroccan Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nasser Bourita, confirmed that King Mohammed VI’s instructions regarding the Libyan dialogue sessions in Morocco are clear. Morocco is to support the Libyans in the dialogue, without imposing solutions.
Bourita explained that any external interference in Libyan affairs will affect North Africa, and Morocco. This is particularly true for the growing activity of terrorist groups, such as the Islamic State (IS), and Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM).
The Foreign Minister stressed that Morocco was glad that the Libyans decided to begin dialogue sessions and chose themselves to meet in Bouznika.
He added that, “Morocco supports a peaceful solution to the Libyan file, affirming the country’s unity, and ending any foreign interference.”