The Head of the High Council of State (HCS) Khalid Al-Mishri will arrive in Morocco on Wednesday to participate in the second round of the Libyan dialogue that is slated for Thursday, a member of the HCS said.
The HCS delegation arrived in the Moroccan city of Bouznika, in preparation for the second round of the Libyan dialogue, a council official told Anadolu Agency on condition of anonymity without disclosing further details.
Meanwhile, local Libyan media reported the arrival of a delegation of the Tobruk-based House of Representatives, loyal to Khalifa Haftar, to Morocco.
The second round of Libyan dialogue in Morocco had been scheduled for Sunday but later postponed until Tuesday, before Libyan media outlets announced that it would take place on Thursday.
Al-Mishri said earlier on TV that the Libyan dialogue in Morocco resulted in agreement on standards and qualifications of those who would be nominated for state sovereign positions, adding that on Thursday, they would sign the agreements.
He also said the deal between the member of the Presidential Council Ahmed Mitig and Khalifa Haftar is a way to save the latter from the atrocities he made.
Al-Mishri also said they had negotiated the post of the governor of the Central Bank of Libya and the deputy as well as the board of directors as per certain qualifications.
He denied rumors about him being the vice president of a new Presidential Council headed by House of Representatives' Speaker Aqila Saleh, saying if he wanted a political position, he would stand elections.