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MFA Bourita Holds Talks with UN Special Envoy for Libya
These talks are part of the high-level consultations of the UN envoy with regional and international stakeholders over the past two days on the Libyan issue, the UN Mission pointed out.
Kubis also held talks with the German Foreign Minister, Heiko Maas, Minister of State of the United Kingdom, James Cleverly and with high political representatives of the League of Arab States, the African Union, the NATO and the European Union.
The UN envoy who continued his introductory calls with Libyan interlocutors and acknowledged their work to achieve progress in political, economic, and security files, the source said.
In a post on his "twitter" account, Dabaiba, who was elected on February 5 in Switzerland as head of the Libyan Executive Authority by the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum said he was "happy" to hold talks with Mr. Bourita, who conveyed "the greetings of HM King Mohammed VI".
He also welcomed Bourita’s statement reaffirming the Kingdom’s determination to "continue to support Libya, sponsor any dialogue among Libyans and play the role of facilitator of national reconciliation".
Recently, the UN also praised the "constructive role" of Morocco, which has contributed since the beginning of the Libyan crisis to efforts aimed at achieving a peaceful resolution of the conflict in Libya.
"Since the beginning of the Libyan crisis, the Kingdom of Morocco has played a constructive role and contributed to the efforts of the UN aimed at achieving a peaceful resolution to the Libyan conflict", underlined Stéphane Dujarric, spokesperson for the UN Secretary-General.
"The Libyan political agreement signed in 2015 in Skhirat reflects Morocco's strong commitment to finding a solution to the Libyan crisis alongside the United Nations," he said in a recent statement to the press.
"We are convinced that this latest Moroccan initiative will have a positive impact on the UN facilitation of the Libyan dialogue," the spokesperson added.