The Moroccan Foreign Minister Nasser Bourita said Monday that the solution in Libya is via elections that need to be held on time next December, saying his country is trying to engage Libyans in dialogue.

Bourita added in a press conference with the UN envoy to Libya, Jan Kubis, in Rabat that because the Libyan crisis is related to legitimacy, the solution can only by democracy and respect of the High National Elections Commission, calling for adopting all the progress for successful elections.

He hailed the role of the UN and its envoy that aim to reach political and military solutions, adding that Morocco has no agenda or initiative for Libya but only supports the UN, wants to open dialogue channels among Libyans and rejects foreign intervention.

Meanwhile, Kubis said elections in Libya will be part of the solution and they must be held on time, applauding the support of Morocco for Libya's political process.