A mobile consulate eases the burden of Moroccans in Limarche

Abdellatif El-Baz – Italy Office

As part of the implementation of its program aimed at bringing consular services closer to members of the Moroccan community in the provinces of Limarchi, Tuscany and Emilia-Romagna under its jurisdiction, the Consulate General of the Kingdom of Morocco in Bologna organized a new consular trip for the benefit of members of the Moroccan community residing in the province of Ancon.

A press release from the consulate specifies that this consular movement is part of the implementation of the high directives of King Mohammed VI, and the special royal care he grants to members of the Moroccan community residing abroad, and as part of “Hello 2024”. operation.

Throughout the day on Saturday, consulate employees worked to provide approximately 400 services related to the issuance of the national card, passport, to judicial agencies, as well as legal advice and guidance to dependents.

Khadija Nadour, Consul General of the Kingdom of Morocco in Poland, said in a statement to Hiba Press that the mobile consulate initiative is a manifestation of the attention paid by King Mohammed VI to members of the community, and an incarnation of the strategy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans living abroad, which aims to keep pace with members of the community and continually improve the consular and administrative services provided to them.

On this occasion, the Consul General of Morocco in Poland, Khadija Nadour, held meetings with representatives of the Moroccan collective fabric. It should be noted that, coinciding with the presence of the traveling consulate in the city of Ancona, the diplomatic official met with some. local officials, where discussions between the two parties focused on the importance of the positive role played by the Moroccan community residing in the Limarcke region at all levels, including the economic, social and political levels.

The organization of this itinerant consulate, in cooperation with several associations, was widely welcomed by the Moroccan community residing in the Limariki region, who reaffirmed their attachment to their homeland.

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