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Moroccan Minister of Foreign Affairs: We support the legitimate Libyan institutions

 Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans Residing Abroad, Nasser Bourita, affirmed that his country will always stand by the legitimate Libyan institutions and will support international efforts aimed at settling the crisis that this country is going through within the framework of what has been agreed upon between the various Libyan parties, especially the holding of elections on their predetermined date.

In a press statement after his talks with Mr. Aguila Saleh, Speaker of the Libyan House of Representatives, in Rabat, Bourita said that Morocco considers that organizing elections should be the primary goal for the next stage in Libya, stressing the need for all Libyan institutions to participate in preparing for these benefits so that they take place in The best conditions.

He added that Morocco is in constant contact with all Libyan institutions, including the House of Representatives, as it is an essential institution in the preparation for the Libyan (parliamentary and presidential) elections, which will enable Libyans to elect institutions that represent them.

For his part, the Speaker of the Libyan House of Representatives affirmed that Morocco plays a pivotal role in the process of settling the Libyan crisis, adding, “Morocco walks with us on a daily basis and always communicates together to achieve this goal.”

Aguila Saleh praised the great role played by Morocco in this file, under the patronage of King Mohammed VI, praising “Morocco’s historical stances and support to achieve the desire of the Libyan people to hold presidential and parliamentary elections.”

Aqeela stressed the need to hold these elections on time (December 24), under the supervision of the international community, while ensuring that they are fair, saying, "There is no solution to the Libyan crisis except by organizing fair parliamentary and presidential elections that produce institutions that enjoy the support of all Libyans and work to achieve reconciliation and unification of state institutions.

The Speaker of the Libyan House of Representatives added, "We count a lot on Morocco's role in the next stage and its support so that we can organize these benefits on time and for the Libyan people to choose their representatives with transparency and integrity."