Arab Leaders laud Morocco’s efforts for resolution of Libyan crisis & solidarity with Yemen

Arab Leaders laud Morocco’s efforts for resolution of Libyan crisis & solidarity with Yemen

The Arab Summit, convened Friday in Jeddah, lauded Morocco’s efforts engaged for the settlement of the Libyan crisis and praised the Kingdom’s solidarity with Yemen.

In their final declaration, the Arab leaders stressed the importance of the Libyan Political Agreement signed in Skhirat in 2015 for a lasting and peaceful resolution of the Libyan crisis.

King Mohammed VI is represented in the Jeddah summit by Prince Moulay Rachid. The Arab leaders commended the efforts made by Morocco along with its Arab brothers in solidarity with Yemen, contributing to the reconstruction and economic recovery of this country.

The summiteers reaffirmed support for all actions guaranteeing the security and stability of Yemen, while meeting the aspirations of Yemeni people. They also voiced backing to the international and regional efforts seeking a comprehensive political solution to Yemeni crisis, based on the Gulf initiative, the Yemeni national dialogue and the relevant UN Security Council resolutions.

The Arab leaders expressed their total refusal of foreign interference in Arab countries’ internal affairs and reiterated their firm opposition to the support of armed groups and militias outside state institutions.

The summiteers also voiced strong backing to Morocco for hosting the 2023 annual meetings of the World Bank-International Monetary Fund due in Marrakesh Oct.9-15.

The event brings together central bankers, ministers of finance and development, private sector executives, civil society, media, and academics to discuss issues of global concern, including the world economic outlook, global financial stability, poverty eradication, inclusive economic growth and job creation, climate change, and others.


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