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Italian Paper :'Skhirat II' Conference in Morocco will Give New Impetus To Inter-Libyan Political Dialogue
The daily said that "Skhirat II" may pave the way for the achievement of the set objectives, namely the unification of the armed forces in Libya and the formation of a new government capable of bringing together all the Libyan parties.
The newspaper added that during the last two years, several conferences on Libya have been held both in Europe and in the Middle East, but in the end, the Skhirat political agreement of 2015 remains the only legally acceptable agreement in this North African country.
This agreement concluded between the various Libyan parties is still regarded as a "constitution", wrote the paper.
The newspaper noted that the document resulting from the Berlin conference is "a total failure", adding that after the failure of the initiative led by Germany, which was supposed to revive the role of Europe in Libya, Morocco will now give new impetus to the Libyan issue, in line with its important role throughout North Africa.
After having noted that in recent days, Morocco has relaunched its role as mediator to bridge the gap between the Libyan parties, the newspaper recalled that the envoy of the President of Libyan Parliament Abdelhadi Lahouij held, last Friday, talks with Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans Abroad Nasser Bourita and told the press after the meeting that Morocco is able, along with other countries, to play a role in the search for a lasting solution to the Libyan crisis.
The newspaper recalled that the representatives of institutions east of Libya expressed their gratitude to Morocco for its commitment to the Libyan issue, while insisting that the agreement signed in Skhirat is a credible framework for the resolution of the Libyan crisis.