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30 flights to repatriate more than 4600 Moroccans

A total of 30 flights have been scheduled to repatriate 4644 Moroccans stranded in 17 countries, on the background of anti-covid measures, during the period from June 21 to 27, announced Monday the Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans living abroad, Nasser Bourita.

During the oral questions session in the House of Representatives, Bourita said that these flights will concern 16 countries (Turkey, Serbia, Mauritania, Tunisia, Hungary, Austria, United Arab Emirates, France, Portugal, Switzerland, Poland, Netherlands, Senegal, Belgium, Italy and the United Kingdom). The number of beneficiaries will increase to 4644 after June 27, against 3151 returnees since the start of the operation on May 15, an increase of 73%, added Bourita.

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