The event is a series of meetings which aims to bring administrative services closer to Moroccans residing in Belgium.
The Moroccan Ministry of Foreign Affairs has announced it will be organizing the “Mobile Single Window for Moroccans of the World” in Belgium from July 12 to July 14. The event is part of a collaboration with the International Cooperation in Charge of Moroccans Residing Abroad.
The event is a series of meetings which aims to bring administrative services closer to Moroccans residing in Belgium, as well as simplifying them.The meetings will give Moroccans residing abroad (MREs) the chance to discuss any issues they might have. Officials will then guide them and offer advice on legal and judicial procedures.
The “One-Stop, One Window Service” will be operating in Brussels, Antwerp, and Liege, and coincides with the start of the summer holidays. During this period, a lot of MREs gear up to return to their native country for vacation.
“Therefore, this event will be an opportunity to interact closely with MREs on the various services concerning them and to facilitate and respond to various questions about their needs and expectations,” said the Foreign Ministry.
The initiative is held under the patronage of King Mohammed VI, and is in line with the Moroccan constitution’s emphasis on the need “to strengthen relations among the Moroccans of the world and their mother country” according to a statement from the foreign ministry.
The statement adds that Morocco aims “ to improve their conditions, as well as to preserve their rights and interests.”
“One-Stop, One Window Service” is also part of the “National Strategy for Moroccans of the World,” which is based on three fundamental goals:
The mobile service already visited Spain, from May 2 to 5, and Italy from May 14 to 16.