Moroccan migrants in Libya to be sent home next week

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Moroccan migrants in Libya to be sent home next week

December 17, 2017 - 19:06
Written by: SafaAlharathy

A security source has revealed that the second batch of Moroccan illegal immigrants held at the Illegal Immigration Agency in Tripoli will be repatriated next week.

The Moroccan government has agreed to charter two private planes to deport the Moroccan immigrants back home through Mitiga international airport, the source added.

The source pointed out that a delegation from Morocco arrived Saturday in Tripoli to finalize arrangements for deporting the illegal immigrants of Moroccan nationality staying at the Sikkah shelter in Tripoli.