Algeria – From this 1 e November, Malian, Guinean and Congolese (Congo Brazzaville) nationals, wishing to go to Morocco, must pay an "electronic travel authorization" . "
Until then exempt from visas for the kingdom, nationals from these three countries of sub-Saharan Africa are considered by the most common nationalities of migrants who enter Spain. The Moroccan authorities have therefore decided to impose a travel restriction, according to Le Desk which takes over the Spanish agency EFE.
The same source states that the Moroccan company, Royal Air Maroc, began to warn travelers of the three countries of the new measure. They will now have to fill out a form on an official website 96 hours before their move, according to a document published on the same media.
The new regulations also stipulate that travelers "must compulsorily submit their authorizations to the airport upon departure and upon arrival".