Members highlighted Morocco’s efforts in facilitating inter-Libyan dialogue.
Rabat – Abdel Rahmane Al-Asoumi, president of the Arab Parliament, welcomed Morocco’s efforts towards stability in Arab countries through its security approach on Thursday in Cairo.
Morocco’s security approach is multidimensional, aiming to combat violence, terrorism, and extremism to establish peace and stability.
Al-Asoumi expressed his appreciation for Morocco’s efforts and involvement in improving and consolidating ties between Arab countries during his talks with Ahmed Tazi, Moroccan ambassador to Egypt.
Tazi lauded the Arab Parliament’s role in promoting and supporting Arab and regional Issues. He also welcomed Al-Asoumi’s efforts after taking over the presidency of the Arab Parliament, reiterating Morocco’s continued support for the institution.
In recent years, Morocco has played a pioneering role in different fields of regional and Arab interest, including security.
The country has received recognition for its mediation efforts, including in the Libya dossier.
Morocco has committed to support Libyans in finding a political solution to end the conflict that caused years of humanitarian crisis.
The North African country facilitated negotiations between Libyan politicians through hosting a number of inter-Libyan meetings that allowed rival Libyan parliaments to reach several agreements.
Morocco hosted the inter-Libyan meetings in Bouznika, near Rabat, and in Tangier this year and last year.
The most recent meeting took place on January 22-23 in Bouznika.
Morocco has also repeatedly condemned foreign military intervention in Libya.
King Mohammed VI renewed Morocco’s support for Libya in March.
The King expressed Morocco’s support in a letter to President of the Libyan Presidential Council Mohamed El Menfi.
The monarch also affirmed Morocco’s support for all measures and efforts Libya is making to address its challenges and make its transitional phase successful.