Head of the transitional government in Libya, Abdelhamid Dbeibah, stressed, Monday in Rabat, that the Libyan people “look for more cooperation and support” from Morocco to overcome the crisis and ensure the stability of the country. “We look for more cooperation and support from our brothers in Morocco to overcome the crisis and the difficult years,” said Dbeibah in a statement to the press after his talks with speaker of the House of Advisors, Hakim Benchamach. The head of the transitional government in Libya reiterated the deep gratitude of the Libyan people to HM King Mohammed VI for “the important positions and constant support” of the Kingdom and its efforts to unify the Libyan institutions, calling for more bilateral cooperation, especially through the abolition of visa between the two countries and the establishment of a direct airline between Libya and Morocco to facilitate travel between the two countries. For his part, Benchamach reaffirmed the readiness of Morocco to provide all necessary support and share its experience in all areas with the Libyan people to make up for lost time and seize opportunities for cooperation in areas of common interest. “We are confident that the collective intelligence of Libyans will eventually find a solution to all the problems that hinder the achievement of conciliation between the various components of the Libyan people, “noted the speaker of the House of Advisors.
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