United Nations - Government Chief Abdelilah Benkirane called, here Thursday, for an inclusive national dialogue in Libya, which includes all the forces that believe in legitimacy and stability, and aspire to respect the rule of law.
United Nations – Government Chief Abdelilah Benkirane called, here Thursday, for an inclusive national dialogue in Libya, which includes all the forces that believe in legitimacy and stability, and aspire to respect the rule of law.
“We remain committed to our brothers in Libya and we support them in launching a national dialogue that brings together all the forces who believe in legitimacy and aspire to build the rule of law, with full respect for unity, sovereignty, territorial integrity and non-interference,” Benkirane said at a meeting on Libya, held on the sidelines of the 69th session of the UN General Assembly.
“Under the guidance of HM the King, Morocco will continue its efforts at the bilateral, Maghreban and international levels, including supporting the initiatives of UN Special Envoy Bernardino Leon, so that Libya could regain its place in the community of nations and contribute to the Maghreb action,” he added.
Benkirane also underlined that the Marrakech Charter, which gave birth to the regional grouping, calls for solidarity between member states and their contribution to peace and security.
Benkirane sized this opportunity to congratulate the new Libyan parliament for appointing a government in order to achieve national reconciliation, consolidate peace and security, and expand the presence of constitutional institutions on the entire Libyan territory.