The Moroccan Embassy Continues its Efforts to Help Moroccans Stranded in Turkey

The Moroccan embassy in Ankara said on Saturday that it continues its efforts to accompany and support Moroccans stranded in Turkey to help them overcome this difficult situation caused by the Coronavirus epidemic.

Following the high directives of King Mohammed VI, and on the basis of instructions from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans living abroad, the embassy services have immediately after the closure of the Kingdom’s borders, set up a crisis cell and put all means of communication available such as e-mail addresses and telephone numbers at the disposal of Moroccans stranded in Turkey, 24 hours a day and 7 days a week, in order to meet their needs and provide them with support in case of need, said a statement from the embassy.

A number of Moroccans who came to Turkey for tourist or professional reasons and who are stranded in Turkey have been accommodated in cities within the consular scope of the embassy, the same source reported, stating that medicines have been provided to people suffering from chronic diseases such as diabetes and blood pressure, in addition to covering the expenses of a surgical operation that a Moroccan citizen underwent, as well as providing financial support to her family.

Furthermore, the embassy continues to provide the necessary support to the Moroccans stranded in Turkey, calling on them to be cautious and to observe the preventive measures taken by the Turkish authorities, and to consult the official sources to be informed about the evolution of the epidemic situation and the information published on the embassy’s accounts on Facebook and Twitter.

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