Morocco demands visas for Libyans

By Ashraf Abdul-Wahab.

Tripoli, 8 February 2014:

Libyans planning to visit Morocco will in future have to have a visa. 

Announcing the move, a spokesman for the Moroccan embassy in Tripoli told the Libya Herald that visas would start being processed on Monday. The decision, he said, had been taken as a “security precaution”, adding that he did not think it would affect the “strong, brotherly relations” between the two countries. Visas could be applied for both in Tripoli and at the consulate in Benghazi.  The cost would be nominal, he stated.

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