The delegations of the High Council of State (HCS) and the Tobruk-based House of Representatives (HoR) have disclosed that “important achievements and understandings” have been reached between both parties in the first round of sessions that took place in the Moroccan Bouznika, notably, defining important criteria for ending the state of institutional division, putting an end to corruption, and the waste of public money.
Following the session of the third day of dialogue in Morocco, a joint statement was presented at a press conference by Muhammad Khalifa Najm of the HCS and Youssef Al-Aqouri of the Tobruk-based Hor, in which they reiterated that the political dialogue is proceeding positively and constructively.
“Everyone hopes to achieve positive and tangible results that will pave the way for the completion of a comprehensive political settlement throughout the country,” the statement said.
The Anadolu news agency quoted an official at the Moroccan Foreign Ministry who preferred to stay anonymous as saying that the Libyan dialogue, which kicked off three days ago in Bouznika will resume next Thursday.
“The two parties to the Libyan dialogue held in Bouznika decided to resume talks on Thursday, to scrutinize some points in the agreement,” the Moroccan official explained.