Tripoli: 5500 Moroccans have benefited from the services of a mobile consulate

As part of the services offered for the Moroccan community based in Libya, more than 1,000 civil status services were provided, including birth transcriptions, delivery and establishment of family booklets. 

In addition, 3,000 passport-related services, including the issuance, renewal and delivery of passports were offered.

In the same vein, some 2,500 services related to the Electronic National Identity Card (CINE) were provided, including the establishment and delivery of CINE. Thus, 800 certificates were delivered to Moroccans residing in Libya. 

The organization of this mobile consulate, which will continue until October 30, is part of the rapprochement of consular services of Moroccans living abroad (MRE).

This initiative also comes to help Moroccans in Libya to accomplish their administrative services, especially since Moroccans complain of finding difficulties to access the consulate of the Kingdom in Tunisia.

This operation is marked by the significant mobilization of consular staff, including the Central Directorate of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans residing abroad (Directorate of Consular and Social Affairs), the Consulate General of the Kingdom in Tunisia, the Directorate General of National Security and the General Treasury of the Kingdom.

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