Interior Minister: Libya Ready To Strengthen Ties With Morocco
Libyan Interior Minister Mohamed Khalifa Cheikh has stressed the willingness of his country to strengthen co-operation with Morocco at all levels, particularly between the interior ministries of the two countries.
During talks here Tuesday with Moroccan Ambassador to Libya Mohamed Belaich, the minister hailed the political reforms and the achievements realized by Morocco in terms of development thanks to the perspicacious policy of the king.
He also praised "the Moroccan model" of security management and territorial administration, calling for promoting the level of bilateral co-operation to meet the aspirations of the two countries to development and stability.
For his part, the ambassador Morocco's will to provide Libya with the needed technical expertise especially in the field of security and training of staff in charge of security and territorial management.
The Moroccan diplomat also said that Morocco was seeking to strengthen contacts between the interior ministries of the two countries and strengthen co-operation, particularly in the against cross-border crimes.
The two officials also discussed the situation of the Moroccan community in Libya.