Diplomacy – Libyan crisis : Morocco has played a constructive role (UN spokesman)

Libyan crisis : In response to questions related to the inter-Libyan dialogue in Bouznika, Kingdom of Morocco, involving delegations from the High State Council and the House of Representatives, the spokesperson of the Secretary-General has the following to say:

“The Secretary-General is supportive of all initiatives that would advance and complement the ongoing peace efforts.

Since the beginning of the Libyan crisis, the Kingdom of Morocco has played a constructive role and has contributed to UN efforts aimed at achieving a peaceful resolution of the Libyan conflict.

The Libyan Political Agreement signed in 2015 in Skhirat is a testament to Morocco’s resolute engagement in finding a solution to the Libya crisis alongside the United Nations. We trust that the latest initiative by Morocco will have a positive impact on the United Nations facilitation of the Libyan owned and Libyan led political dialogue.”

Stéphane Dujarric
Spokesman for the Secretary-General

New York, 7 September 2020


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