Caroline Cochrane, Premier of the Northwest Territories, is pleased that the two governments have been able to reach this agreement: it allows first aid in the region for 6 million people cut off during the fighting that began a month ago between the federal government and the Tigray regional government. Each considers the other illegal in a tug-of-war that has been emerging for months. „The Government of the Northwest Territories is committed to building a strong relationship with the Tłıtchǫ Government and to continuing to find ways to better cooperate. This agreement will ensure a clear understanding of GNWT`s approach to sourcing in the region. It also ensures capacity building and active participation of citizens and the government of Tłıdéveloppementchǫ in these projects, in accordance with the guiding principles of the Cabinet. I am delighted that this agreement has been reached and look forward to further developing relations with the government and people of TłıTiennentchǫ.” The completion of the Access Road rae reconstruction project this year will ensure the safety and well-being of the citizens of Tłıbasquechǫ who will enter and leave the municipality of Tłıchiǫ de Behchokǫ̀. Both governments recognize the importance of this road for the people of Tłı⌘ and the need to complete this work on time. Before the reading of the final declaration, Youssef Al-Aqouri, head of the Delegation of the House of Representatives in Tobruk, said that the protocols of the agreements „have been included in a report that will be presented to our councils to say their last word”. The agreement also recognises that Tłıshirtchǫ Investment Corporation and RTL Construction Ltd, the successful bidder for the Rae Access Road reconstruction project, have entered into an agreement to ensure that 25% of the total project work is carried out by Tıłinstitutional. In return, Tłıshirtchchǫ Investment Corporation will ensure that these work requirements are met by the citizens of Tłıeparchǫ.
Both governments appreciate RTL Construction Ltd`s commitment to providing employment opportunities for the citizens of Tłıtchǫ. The first round of talks in Bouznika took place in early September at the initiative of the Kingdom of Morocco, held in Skhirat in 2015 under the aegis of the UN, during which the parties to the conflict reached a political agreement allowing the formation of the Government of National Accord (GNA). Moroccan Foreign Minister Nasser Bourita confirmed that the agreements reached by Libyan delegations at the end of the second round of Libyan dialogue sessions in Bouznika were „decisive” for the selection of heads of sovereign posts in accordance with Article 15 of the Skhirat agreement. In statements made at a press conference, Bourita said the agreements were included in a report submitted to the presidents of the High Council of State and the House of Representatives and stressed the „positive spirit” that prevailed during the discussions. . . .