Diplomat At The Moroccan Embassy In Dakar Reveals Security Situation

According to the diplomatic source, Senegalese people have great respect for Moroccans, which reduces the possibility of Moroccans being attacked.

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According to the diplomatic source, Senegalese people have great respect for Moroccans, which reduces the possibility of Moroccans being attacked.

A diplomatic source at the Moroccan Embassy in Dakar called on members of the Moroccan community in Senegal to calm down and not to be intimidated by what is shared on social media regarding the current situation in the country, explaining that both the Moroccan diplomatic and consular representations are still working hard to answer the various inquiries it receives from Moroccans residing in Senegal.

The diplomatic official believes that the popular demonstrations in Senegal express the extent of the dynamism of the Senegalese people, and that the situation has not reached the dangerous security situation, as some countries have known in such political crises.

He also stressed that there is an exaggeration at the level of Senegalese websites, calling on the Moroccan community to remain calm and not to be drawn into a state of intimidation that spread during the past week after the Senegalese authorities had arrested opposition party leader Ousmane Sonko.

On the other hand, the capital Dakar, has witnessed the application of strict security measures, in parallel with the court’s decision to release Sonko and place him under judicial control.

The Ministry of Education in Senegal decided yesterday, March 7th, to close schools across the country until March 15th, due to the violent protests that Senegal has witnessed recently, and which paralyzed parts of the capital Dakar as well as other provinces.

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