The Moroccan Foreign Minister, Salah Eddine Mezwar, said that his country is to host the signing ceremony of the agreement between Libyan factions, next Wednesday, in Shkirat city near the Moroccan capital Rabat.
He confirmed, Sunday, that Morocco is confident in the ability of Libyans to reach a political solution, and the success of the reconciliation path, calling for all Libyan parties to engage in the transitional phase for the success of the road map.
Mezwar called on all foreign ministers participating in Rome Conference to attend the signing ceremony, in which it is expected to announce the full line-up for the national unity government, stressing that his country provided all the possibilities for the success of this event.
His statement came during the ministerial meeting about the Libyan crisis in the Italian capital Rome, which was attended by American Foreign Minister, John Kerry, responsible of foreign policy in the European Union, Federica Mogerini, and number of Arab and European foreign ministers.
Representatives of 17 nations, including Egypt, Germany, Russia, Turkey, and China, signed common statement, Sunday, demanding immediate ceasefire in Libya, pledges to cut all relations with the factions that do not sign the agreement, and provide adequate support to the Government of National Accord (GNA).
Kerry said that “we are ready for a meeting with the Government of National Accord, as soon as possible, to emphasis its ability to govern”.
From his side, the Italian Foreign Minister, Paolo Gentiloni, said “Rome meeting has its clear message, what matters is the stability of Libya because it contributes to the war on terrorism”.