Since the dialogue sessions began between members of the Tobruk deputies and the Council of State in the Moroccan city of Bo-zniqa; In preparation for a political settlement, and setting up a selection mechanism for the occupants of the sovereign positions, international reactions welcomed these meetings.
The US Embassy in Libya said in a tweet on Twitter that it shares the UN’s confidence that the Libyan talks in Morocco will have a positive impact on the political dialogue organized by the United Nations led by the Libyans.
Spokesman for the Secretary-General of the United Nations, “Stephane Dujarric”, confirmed that the Secretary-General of the United Nations, António Guterres, is confident that the initiative of Morocco will have a positive impact on the United Nations organization of the Libyan political dialogue.
Dujarric added that Morocco played a constructive role since the beginning of the Libyan crisis, and contributed to the United Nations efforts aimed at achieving a peaceful solution to the Libyan conflict.
The Turkish Foreign Ministry, in turn, praised Morocco’s stance and its efforts to solve the Libyan crisis, adding that it is closely monitoring the Libyan dialogue meeting held in Morocco, and is awaiting Morocco’s contribution to solving the Libyan crisis, as it did in the Skhirat Agreement in 2015.
In the same context, the European Union’s High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Josep Borrell expressed on Twitter that the Union welcomes the Moroccan initiative that brings together members of the High Council of State and the House of Representatives in Bo-zniqa.
European Union spokesman Peter Stano said that the European Union is “grateful to Morocco for its active and effective role in finding a solution for the Libyan conflict.”