Niamey – The Islamic Council of Foreign Ministers (ICFM) of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) reaffirmed, Saturday in Niamey, its commitment to the Skhirat Political Agreement as basis for any final and lasting solution to the Libyan crisis.
“Any final and lasting solution to the Libyan crisis cannot be achieved outside the comprehensive political settlement provided for in the political agreement signed in Skhirat, Morocco, on December 17, 2015, and supported by the international community including the UN Security Council Resolution 2259,” according to the resolutions adopted by the OIC body during its 47th session.
The Council also expressed its support for all the processes meeting the aspirations of the Libyan people which were held under the aegis of the United Nations and the balanced inter-Libyan dialogue and included all parties with a view to setting criterias for occupying key positions and holding presidential and legislative elections on December 24, 2021.
The 47th session, held over two days under the theme “United against Terrorism for Peace and Development”, was marked by the election of the members of the OIC Independent Permanent Commission on Human Rights, the transfer of the presidency of the ICFM from the United Arab Emirates to Niger and the adoption of draft resolutions.
Morocco was represented at this meeting by a delegation led by Minister Delegate in charge of Moroccans Abroad, Nezha El Ouafi, and which includes the Moroccan Ambassador to Niger, Allal El Achab, and the Deputy Permanent Representative of Morocco to the OIC, Abdallah Babbah.