Morocco will Continue to Support Stability and Development in Libya, Head of Govt.
Morocco will continue to support stability and development in Libya, Head of Government Saad Dine El Othmani said, on Monday in Rabat, at the opening of the first Libyan international forum on economy and investment in Morocco.
In a speech read on his behalf by Minister of Employment and Professional Integration Mohamed Amkraz, the head of government stressed that this forum is held following the latest speech by HM King Mohammed VI in which the sovereign emphasized, once again, Morocco's unwavering positions on how important it is for the Maghreb countries to build strong and healthy relations.
The establishment of solid and healthy relations between the Maghreb countries is an aspiration not only for the peoples of the region but also for the European, African and Arab partners of the Maghreb countries, given the challenges facing the region, Othmani said.
Morocco has always adopted healthy positions aimed at building a Maghreb which is strong politically and economically and which strives for the well-being of the peoples of the region, he added, noting that, by hosting this forum, the Kingdom proves once again its commitment to a strong, politically stable and economically prosperous Maghreb.
The first Libyan international forum on economy and investment in Morocco opened, on Monday in Rabat, with the participation of more than 400 people from 12 countries representing the public and private sectors and the different economic fields of Libya.
This forum confirms the solidity of relations of cooperation and partnership between the Maghreb countries and their strategic depth for Libya, said executive director of this event Al-Mahdi Abdelaati.
The choice of Morocco to host this two-day economic event is explained by the leading role of the Kingdom in supporting the inter-Libyan dialogue, which was held in Skhirat and led to the signature of the Libyan political agreement in December 2015, said Abdelaati at the opening of this forum.
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