Head Of Libyan Government 's Visit To Morocco
End Of Libyan PM's Visit To Morocco
Libya's head of government Ali Zeidan left Morocco this Tuesday at the end of a three-day working and brotherhood visit.
During his visit to Morocco, Zeidan was received by HM King Mohammed VI who expressed Morocco's readiness to accompany Libyan efforts to open a new page of its history in the frame of national unity and on the basis of sound institutions.
HM the King and the Libyan official praised the constant evolution and development of bilateral ties at the service of the two peoples, a release of the Royal office reported.
Zeidan was accompanied by a delegation comprising interior minister, Sadik Abdelkrim, minister of foreign affairs and international cooperation, Mohamed Amhamed Abdelaziz, economy minister, Mustapha Mohamed Abou Founas, and other officials.
The head of the Libyan government also held a meeting with Moroccan peer, Abdelilah Benkiran, speaker of the House of Representatives, Karim Ghellab, and executives from the Moroccan enterprise association (CGEM).
During the visit, the two Maghreban countries signed four cooperation executive programs.
Libyan PM Says Visit To Morocco Ushers In New Distinguished Relations
Libyan Prime minister Ali Zeidan said, Monday in Errachidia, that his visit to Morocco ushers in new distinguished ties between the two countries, based on shared respect and realistic vision as part of brotherly relations.
In a statement to the press following the audience granted by HM King Mohammed VI, Monday in Erfoud, Zeidan said he expressed to the monarch his country's will to foster its ties with the kingdom on the basis of cooperation mainly on economy and trade.
This visit will enhance bilateral ties and direct them towards serving the interests of the two friendly peoples, he noted.
He said he carefully listened to HM the King's recommendations on "our security and military situation", affirming that Libya will be an element of stability in the region.
Head Of Libyan Government starts Visit To Morocco
Head of Libyan government, Ali Zidane, started on Sunday a working and friendship visit to Morocco where he will meet Moroccan officials and the enterprise association.
Several agreements are expected to be signed during this visit.
Zidane was welcomed at the airport by Moroccan peer Abdelilah Benkirane, minister of foreign affairs and cooperation, Saad Dine El Otmani, equipment and transport minister, Aziz Rabbah, and minister-delegate in charge of the budget, Driss El Azami El Idrissi.
The Libyan official will meet this Monday with Moroccan peer, speaker of the House of representatives, Karim Ghellab, before heading to Casablanca where he will hold a session with representatives of the General confederation of Morocco’s enterprises.
Zidane is accompanied by his country’s interior minister, Sadik Abdelkrim, minister of foreign affairs and international cooperation, Mohamed Amhamed Abdelaziz, economy minister, Mustapha Mohamed Abou Founas, and other officials.