Rabat - Norway's Foreign Minister Borge Brend lauded, on Monday in Rabat, Morocco's role in facilitating the inter-Libyan political dialogue and creating propitious conditions for the country's stability.
Rabat – Norway’s Foreign Minister Borge Brend lauded, on Monday in Rabat, Morocco’s role in facilitating the inter-Libyan political dialogue and creating propitious conditions for the country’s stability.
Morocco is engaging in the facilitation of the inter-Libyan political dialogue and supporting the UN emissary Bernardino Leon to create the propitious conditions for Libya’s stability, said Brend at a joint press briefing following a meeting with Moroccan counterpart Salaheddine Mezouar.
The Norwegian official noted that the Moroccan democracy and human rights experience is an inspiration for the Arab world and Africa, adding that Mezouar will travel soon to Norway to meet with the country’s officials on means to foster cooperation on the promotion of equality, human rights, and good governance.
He said he is upbeat about the possibilities to establish win-win partnerships with Morocco in economic sectors of shared interest.
Mezouar underlined that the meeting is part of the ongoing political dialogue between the two countries, saying that he discussed with his Norwegian peer means to promote bilateral ties as well as some regional issues.
Brend met also with speaker of the house of advisors Mohamed Cheikh Biadillah on many matters of shared interest.
The meeting was an occasion for Biadillah to survey Morocco’s democratic development model, under the leadership of HM King Mohammed VI, which enabled the Kingdom to undertake constitutional, economic and social transitions in a climate marked by security and stability, wrote a statement by the said house.