Foreign Minister Najla al-Manqoush has hailed Morocco's approach in addressing the Libyan crisis, saying it plays a positive role in supporting stability and the Libyan government's efforts to arrive at a free and fair electoral process accepted by the Libyan people.
FM Al-Manqoush was talking at a joint press conference on Tuesday with her Moroccan counterpart Nasser Bourita, after a meeting on the sidelines of the 9th Global Forum for the Alliance of Civilizations, sponsored by the United Nations and hosted for the first time by the African continent in the Moroccan city of Fez.
Libya's top diplomat said she is looking forward to seeing Fez's forum be a platform to share reflections and insights for a better future for the two countries, underscoring the importance of strengthening bilateral relations between Libya and Morocco.
Via her Twitter account, Al-Manqoush disclosed that she discussed with Bourita the Kingdom's efforts to support the stability of Libya and the process aimed at ending the transitional stages in the country.
For his part, Bourita reaffirmed his country's position towards the developments in Libya and said it comes "within the context of the King's concern for the stability in this brotherly Maghreb country."
He added that Morocco is following all positive developments in the Libyan arena in light of the "institutionalist and dialogue-based" solutions proposed today that serve the interest of the Libyan people, a readout from the Moroccan Foreign Ministry said.