The Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office( FCDO) provides advice about pitfalls of trip to help British citizens make informed opinions. In wake of the6.8 magnitude earthquake, the FCDO has not issued any specific warnings against travelling to Morocco, or indeed any of the regions directly affected by the incident.
But it says those wishing to travel” should follow original media and safety instructions from original authorities.” still, be apprehensive that telephone networks in Morocco are subject to outages,” If you’re trying to get in touch with a family member or a friend or the FCDO to partake updates.
Should you bear consular backing please call the British Embassy Rabat 212( 0) 537 63 33 33 and elect the menu option for consular services, or call the FCDO 44( 0) 2070085000.” As the fate of the earthquake is in its early stages, it’s likely that developments may do and travel advice could change.
We will modernize this composition in the event of that passing, but it’s worth keeping an eye on the FCDO website if you do have plans to travel to the country. It’s worth noting also that a warning remains in place following recent backfires in the vicinity of Tangier.” Backfires are largely dangerous and changeable,” says the FCDO.” Follow original guidance.”
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