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Makeover operation for the Moroccan army

The Royal Armed Forces launched four tenders and allocated a budget of 100 million dirhams to relook the soldiers.

According to sources, 22.5 million dirhams will be spent on combat suits, 42.4 million dirhams on military jackets and 22.3 million dirhams on combat boots called rangers. 3.9 million dirhams were, for their part, allocated to belts.

The same sources said the opening of bids for these calls for tenders is scheduled for April 15.

In January 2017, DGNS boss Abdellatif Hammouchi changed the uniforms of his officials as part of the strategy to modernize the national security apparatus and develop police structures in a manner.

The new service uniform includes features to identify the employee, with a metal badge on the chest indicating the identity and number of the wearer.

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