July 24, 2021

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Recognition removed before Morocco (Zone B)

Moroccans living abroad and Moroccans stranded in a country in Zone B are no longer required to provide prior authorization to access national territory. This Sunday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in a statement to Yabladi, acknowledged evidence of Moroccans living in Africa and abroad, noted that the recognition had been “removed for Moroccans”. In this sense, only foreign tourists are invited to present this document issued by the Moroccan authorities.

Our evidence confirms that the first tweet of Moroccan diplomacy was released and deleted this afternoon, announcing that this document will be deleted and that “other conditions will continue to apply, i.e. a minimum PCR test. Isolation ”.

Last week, the Foreign Ministry announced the resumption of flights departing from Morocco from June 15, subject to conditions. In this sense, countries are classified into two lists, according to the recommendations of the Ministry of Health, based on official epidemiological data released by the World Health Organization (WHO) or these countries. . Until then, travelers from countries in Zone B had to obtain prior approval from Moroccan diplomatic missions (embassies and consulates).

This Sunday, King Mohammed VI gave his high-level instructions to the competent authorities and all stakeholders in the transport sector to make the necessary arrangements to welcome members back to the country at affordable prices. “The Moroccan community lives abroad in the best conditions and at the best prices.”

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