Zambia Maintains Embassy and General Consulate in Morocco

The two posts were inaugurated in October 2020 in the presence of the Secretary General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Zambia

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The two posts were inaugurated in October 2020 in the presence of the Secretary General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Zambia

On February, 18th, the Public Relations Office at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Zambia released a press statement confirming the maintain of both Zambian Embassy in Rabat and General Consulate in Laayoune as part of the country’s Diplomatic Missions establishment.

This follows fake news and rumors stating the closure of Zambian Consulate in Laayoune.

In the same press release, the Zambian Ministry confirmed that the number of employees in both the embassy in Rabat and the consulate in Laayoune will be increased and services enhanced as soon as the Covid-19 pandemic recedes, noting that among Morocco’s Mission duties is providing assistance to 300 Zambian students who are currently pursuing their education in all parts of Morocco.

It should be recalled that Morocco and the Republic of Zambia enjoy excellent relations at various levels, as a number of agreements were signed, especially after His Majesty King Mohammed VI’s visit to the capital Lusaka, and Zambia defending the territorial integrity of the Kingdom.

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