Daily Archives: June 26, 2020

First Repatriation Flight for Moroccans Stranded in the UK

London – The operation to repatriate Moroccans stranded in the United Kingdom due to the coronavirus pandemic began on Friday with a first flight organized between London and Marrakech.   This operation, which is part of the Kingdom’s efforts to repatriate Moroccans stranded abroad in the context of the Covid-19 health crisis, was supervised at

Repatriation of Moroccans Stranded in Italy

Rome – A group of 150 Moroccans returned home from Italy onboard a humanitarian flight from Milan to Agadir on Thursday as part of repatriation operations for Moroccan nationals stranded abroad due to the Covid-19 pandemic.   The operation, supervised by the Moroccan embassy in Italy and the consulates general of the Kingdom, was conducted

Covid-19: Repatriation Operation of Moroccans Stranded in France Continues

Paris – The repatriation operation of Moroccans stranded in France in the context of the state of health emergency decreed following the spread of Covid-19, continued on Friday with Royal Air Maroc flights departing from the cities of Paris and Marseille, bound for Marrakech.   Three RAM flights departed on Friday. Two from Charles de

Repatriation from Abidjan and Dakar of Moroccans Stranded in Cote d’Ivoire and Senegal

Dakar – Some 150 Moroccans stranded in Cote d’Ivoire and Senegal following the closure of air, land and sea borders due to the Covid-19 pandemic, were repatriated on Friday to Marrakech as part of an operation conducted by the Moroccan authorities.   This operation was supervised in Abidjan and Dakar by the Moroccan ambassadors to

Royal Initiative towards African Countries, ‘Pan-Africanist Act’ of HM the King (AU Commissioner)

Addis Ababa – The royal initiative to grant medical aid to support brotherly African countries in their efforts to combat the COVID-19 pandemic is “a pan-Africanist act by His Majesty the King to find African solutions to African problems,” said the African Union Commissioner for Political Affairs, Cessouma Minata Samate.   “I take this opportunity

Moroccan Authorities Refute Allegations in AI’s Latest Report and Urge It To Back up Its Content with Evidence

Rabat – The Moroccan public authorities have categorically refuted the allegations made in the latest report by Amnesty International (AI), calling on the body to provide evidence to back up its content.   The public authorities said, in a press release, that they received, on Friday, Mohamed Sektaoui, executive director of AI in Morocco and

Covid-19: 127 New Cases in Morocco, Total Rises to 11,465 – Health Ministry

Rabat – A total of 127 new cases of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) were recorded in Morocco until Friday at 10 a.m., bringing the total number of covid-19 cases in the kingdom to 11,465, the ministry of Health says on its website “www.covidmaroc.ma”.   According to the same source, 60 new recoveries were registered over