Morocco govt’s goodwill gesture for Pakistanis
ISLAMABAD (DNA) As unique goodwill and brother gesture, the Govt of Morocco has extended a special facility to Pakistanis who are stranded in Morocco due to lockdown by allowing them to stay without seeking extension in their visas.
According to a letter of Pakistan’s ambassador to Morocco Hamid Asghar Khan, which he wrote the Pakistani community living in Morocco, during the lockdown no extension of visit visa is required.
Also during the lockdown no extension of resident permiet shall be required.
Ambassador Hamid Asghar Khan further informed the Pakistani community that when flights resume, Pakistani residents and visitors would exit from the Kingdom without having to secure extensions in the visas that expired during the lockdown.
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