The operation of receiving Moroccan expatriates dubbed “Marhaba” starts on Tuesday and runs until 15 September 2018, said the Mohammed V Foundation for Solidarity.
The Foundation, which contributes to the implementation and the organization of this operation, has set up 20 rest areas in Morocco and abroad to respond to the intensity of maritime and air traffic regularly recorded on this occasion, the same source pointed out in a statement.
These rest areas are: Tangier Mediterranean, Taourirte, Tazaghine and Jebha, as well as the reception sites of the ports of Tangier-Med, Tangier City, Nador and Al Hoceima, access points of Bab Sebta and Bab Melila and the airports of Casablanca Mohammed V, Oujda Angad, Agadir Al Massira, Fez Saiss and Marrakech Menara.
Abroad, the Foundation will provide assistance to members of the Moroccan Community traveling via the European ports of Almeria, Algeciras, Motril, Sete, and Genoa, the statement noted.
Guides written in 6 languages and offering information to travelers could be provided by consulates, banking agencies in Europe and RAM agencies.
Over 1,000 social workers, physicians, paramedics, and volunteers will be at the service of Moroccan expats.
This action has been reinforced by launching a mobile app and setting up a dedicated website: www.marhaba.fm5.ma.
The Foundation’s sites can be reached through its call center, which is operational 7/7 and 24/24 on 00 212 537 20 55 66/00 212 537 20 66 66 and through the toll-free number from the Kingdom: 080 000 23 23.