Madrid Morocco Reiterates its Commitment to International Efforts to Solve

Madrid – Minister delegate for foreign affairs Mbarka Bouaida reiterated, on Wednesday in Madrid, Morocco’s dynamic commitment to international and regional efforts to find a solution to the Libyan crisis as part of a global approach. Speaking at the ministerial conference on Libya’s stability and development, Bouaida underlined Morocco’s resolve to integrate itself “with dynamism” in efforts meant to find a solution to the Libyan crisis as part of a global approach which brings together the security, political, humanitarian and development dimensions as a means to ensure stability and progress in the country.The official also expressed Morocco’s will to assist Libya in addressing its challenges to turn the country into a reconciled, strong, democratic State that is capable of contributing to Maghreb integration and achieve the aspirations of peoples in the five Maghreb countries for union and development. Bouaida underlined the need to respect Libya’s territorial unity and national sovereignty and emphasized the importance of adopting dialogue between the Libyan actors as a means to settle political differences and promote understanding over the new constitution which guarantees the building of State institutions and protects its resources.She noted that division and deterioration of the security situation as well as the worsening of violence in Libya threaten democratic transition and might drag the country into violence that will impact its Maghreb, Mediterranean and African environment.The Conference is attended by UNSG representative for Libya, representatives of Euro-Mediterranean Countries Group “Med 7”, of “5+5 Forum” and the Group of neighboring countries. It is also attended by representatives of Tunisia, Mauritania, Algeria, Egypt, Niger, Chad, Sudan, France, Cyprus, Portugal, Italy, Greece, Malta, the EU, the Union for the Mediterranean (UpM), the Arab League and the UN. read more