Libyan Foreign Minister Mohammad Dairi on Monday conferred separately with his Moroccan and Tunisian counterparts on the situation in Libya and the UN-led negotiations on the Libyan crisis on the fringe of their participation in ASEAN summit which was held in the Indonesian capital Jakarata.
A source in the Media Office of the Libyan Foreign Ministry told MENA that Dairi talks with his Moroccan counterpart Salahuddine Mezwar covered the recent talks held on the Libyan crisis in Morocco.
The Libyan top diplomat thanked the Moroccan king and people for their backing to efforts to achieve stability in Libya.
The Moroccan minister, on his part, asserted that the political solution is the only way for achieving stability in Libya.
Dairi thanked his Tunisian counterpart Taieb Baccouche for his country's hosting of hundreds of Libyans fleeing the conflict in the country