Rabat - After the signing of the agreement on forming a government of national unity Libyan in Skhirat, on the outskirts of Rabat, nobody can deny today that Morocco has become one of the world's centers, the president of Crans Montana said according to Maghreb Arab Press.
Rabat – After the signing of the agreement on forming a government of national unity Libyan in Skhirat, on the outskirts of Rabat, nobody can deny today that Morocco has become one of the world’s centers, the president of Crans Montana said according to Maghreb Arab Press.
On Thursday the different Libyan political stakeholders- mainly the Tobrouk agreement (recognized by the international community), and the National General Congress, called the Tripoli parliament- signed the “Libyan political agreement” to put an end to the political crisis and the civil war broke out three years ago.
According to the Jean-Paul Carteron, the signing of the inter-Libyan agreement under the aegis of the United Nations, Skhirat, strengthened Morocco’s regional leadership at the regional and global levels.
In a statement to Maghreb Arab Press, the President of Crans Montana, said that after the agreement signed in Skhirat, ” Morocco has become obviously one of the centers of the world.”
“No one can deny this major role, which is the fruit of tireless and successful efforts of HM the King to contribute to peace and stability,” he noted.
“It was natural that the Libyan parties to the conflict come to Morocco to find a framework for negotiations,” said the president of the Geneva-based international NGO, noting that the Skhirat Libyan reconciliation is one of the many achievement of Moroccan diplomacy in its efforts to restore world peace and stability.
The Crans Montana President went on to add that Moroccan diplomacy, under the leadership of King Mohammed VI, “plays a pivotal role at the regional and global levels,” highlighting the relevance and merits of the Moroccan approach to South-South cooperation.
Before Thursday’s historical agreement, Morocco had hosted several rounds of Libyan talks.
World leaders praised the role played Moroccan diplomacy in helping bridge the gap between the Libyan parties and pave towards a national reconciliation.
The UN chief, Ban Ki-moon extended his gratitude de King Mohammed VI for hosting the Libyan talks.
“I thank His Majesty King Mohammed VI and the Government of Morocco for hosting the signing ceremony”, Ban ki-moon said on Thursday immediately after the signing of the agreement.
“The agreement will lead to the establishment of a single Government of National Accord and national institutions that will ensure broad representation”, he said, adding that “it is a critical step in continuing Libya’s post-revolution transition after months of turmoil and uncertainty”.
The United States also praised the efforts Morocco made to advance the UN talks.
“We would also like to express our gratitude to the Kingdom of Morocco for its efforts to advance the UN talks”, said the state department’s spokesman on Thursday at the daily press briefing following the signing of the landmark political agreement between the Libyan parties.