Morocco: Israel tops e-visa applicants

The Moroccan Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated that more than half of the electronic visas issued in 2022 will go to Israel

According to the information provided by the Moroccan Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Israel has been included in the list of countries receiving electronic visas.

The program, launched in 2022, has more than 150,000 passports, 55% of which were issued to Israel, followed by India (10%), Nigeria (4.4%), then Egypt, Pakistan and Jordan.

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Almost all e-visas are issued for tourism and only 3.4% for business travel.

People from 110 different nationalities applied for more than 160,000 e-visas, of which 150,000 were issued, according to a statement from the Moroccan foreign ministry. Consequently, tourism has grown due to flexible procedures allowing travelers to enter Moroccan territory and stay between 30 and 180 days from the date of issue.

Since the signing of the old Abraham Accords in Rabat in December 2020, millions of Moroccan Israelis have traveled to the North African country, including Israeli government officials such as Knesset Speaker Amir Ohana, Transport Minister Miri Regev and National Security Adviser Chachi Hanegby.

Rabat and Jerusalem quickly established a comprehensive security strategy and relationship, and the IDF selected a military coordinator.

Israel also recently said that Morocco should take control of the contested territory of Western Sahara, and Morocco's King Mohammed VI is making a statement inviting Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to visit the country.

The King of Morocco wrote to the Prime Minister of Israel that the visit "will bring new opportunities to strengthen relations between our two countries". Netanyahu's office said it was working to set a date for his first visit to Morocco.

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