Morocco’s Interior Ministry Leads Collaborative Efforts for Crisis Management

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In a recent interview with CNN, Khalid Zerouali,  the director of Migration and Border Control, at the Ministry of Interior, shed light on the unwavering commitment of Morocco’s leadership to take swift and effective action in response to a crisis. His Majesty King Mohammed VI, from the very onset of the crisis, initiated a proactive working session, emphasizing the paramount importance of actions over mere words. Zerouali affirmed that the King’s guidance has been instrumental in driving a coordinated and efficient response to the situation.

One of the central tenets of this approach is the imperative need for optimal coordination. Zerouali emphasized that during the working session, His Majesty King Mohammed VI expressed deep appreciation for the solidarity extended by friendly nations and partners. However, he underscored that effective coordination is the linchpin of successful crisis management. When executed properly, it can yield positive outcomes; conversely, a lack of coordination can be counterproductive and, in severe cases, even fatal – a concern that His Majesty holds dear.

Under the wise leadership of His Majesty King Mohammed VI, Morocco has swiftly moved from words to actions. International cooperation has become a cornerstone of their approach. The Moroccan government has already mobilized teams from Spain, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, and the United Kingdom, with these teams actively engaged in the field, working tirelessly to address the crisis.

Zerouali further reiterated that Morocco’s crisis management strategy is far from a hasty response. Instead, it is built upon years of meticulous planning and experience, dating back to 2004. The country’s leaders are steadfast in their commitment to this well-established strategy, prioritizing the safety and well-being of their people above all else.

Soukaina Sghir

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