President of the Libyan High Council of State, Muhammad Meftah Takala, highly welcomed Morocco’s position, under the leadership of King Mohammed VI, regarding the Libyan crisis.
Inter-Libyan dialogue rounds held in the Kingdom "have laid the foundations of some institutions and put an end to the bloody conflict between the Libyan brothers", Takala said at a joint press conference with Minister of Affairs Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccan Expatriates, Nasser Bourita, following their talks Thursday in Rabat.
Takala, on a working visit to Morocco, underlined that the Libyan High Council of State is confident in “the capacity of the Kingdom of Morocco to advance the political process in Libya”.
The Kingdom's balanced position vis-à-vis the various political partners in Libya "completely reassures us about the possibility of achieving positive results during the negotiations held in Morocco", he noted.
The Skhirat agreement is a constitutional document, Takala pointed out, adding that the two dialogue rounds held in Bouznika contributed to building the country's institutions of sovereignty.
In this regard, he said that the 6+6 Joint Committee, made up of the Libyan House of Representatives and the Libyan High Council of State, is tangible proof of the consensus between the Libyan partners to reach electoral laws accepted by all.
The President of the Libyan High Council of State is paying an official working visit to the Kingdom at the head of a delegation from the High Council of State.