The Libyan Prime Minister, Abdul-Hamid Dbeibah, has urged Morocco to support preparations for Libyan elections in December this year.
The remarks came in a meeting between Dbeibah and the Speaker of Moroccan House of Representatives, Al-Habib Al-Malki, in rabat, where the former arrived on a two-day visit.
Dbeibah said Libya is preparing for December elections and is hoping to see the support of Morocco in that regard, adding that his government has come to office with the problems of 10 years in different fields, such as education and health as well as energy.
"We aim to see Libyans themselves manage to control all matters related to their country via elections and agreements. We urge Morocco for its continued support." He said, adding that his government has unified 80% of Libya's state institutions in the last three months - since coming to office.
Meanwhile, Al-Malki said solutions for Libya are inside not outside the country, adding that Morocco supported the dialogue and political process as the only way forward for Libyans. He also said that national reconciliation is the key for solutions in Libya, reiterating that security and stability in Libya means the same in Morocco and the region.