Arab League Hails Morocco’s Efforts to Achieve Libyan-Libyan Solution

Secretary General of the Arab League, Ahmad Aboul Gheit, praised in the report presented Wednesday to the Arab League Council at Foreign Minister level, Morocco’s efforts to settle the Libyan crisis, notably hosting the meetings of the Libyan 6+6 Joint Committee for Preparing Electoral Laws, on May 22 – June 7 in Bouznika. The resolution of the Arab League Council at Foreign Minister level hails these efforts, calling them an “important step forward.” The resolution also highlights the importance of the full implementation of the Libyan political agreement, signed in 2015 in Skhirate, as a basis for a political solution in Libya. The Secretary General’s report also highlights Morocco’s initiatives and achievements in order to strengthen humanitarian and social aspects of the joint Arab action, recalling in this regard the hosting by Rabat of the 5th meeting of the Arab Coordination Mechanism for disaster risk reduction, which led to the approval of the final version of the statute of the Arab-African Disaster Fighting Fund, and the organization by the Moroccan Center for Volunteering and Citizenship, on May 23-27 in Casablanca in cooperation with the General Secretariat of the Arab League, of the 4th Arab Forum for Social Development. He also recalls the hosting by Marrakech, on March 12-17, of the meetings of the General Assembly (37th session), thee Executive Bureau (57th meeting) and the committees of the Arab Union of Military Sports, with the participation of 13 Arab States, the choice of the proposal presented by Morocco, “One Health Approach” as the slogan of the 60th session of the Arab Health Ministers’ Council, and the decision of the Arab Information Ministers’ Council, taken during its 53rd session in Rabat, to create “the Observatory and the Integrated Platform” as one of the mechanisms for implementing the Arab media action plan abroad, with the Kingdom as headquarters . In the field of the fight against terrorism, the Arab League Council calls for continuing to benefit from the Mohammed VI Foundation of African Ulema and the Mohammed VI Institute for the training of Imams, Morchidines and Morchidates in Morocco, welcoming Morocco’s decision to host the United Nations Office for Counter-Terrorism and Training in Africa (UNOCT).