Saudi embassies in Morocco, Spain and Portugal warn citizens of forest fires

Saudi newspaper report

Discount / Madrid / Lisbon – Saudi Arabian embassies in Morocco, Spain and Portugal have warned Saudi citizens living there about forest fires.

The Saudi Arabian Embassy in Rabat has warned all citizens living in Morocco to take precautions and avoid wildfires. He issued the warning because of the many forest fires in the northern provinces of Morocco such as Taza, Larache, Ouazzan, Chefchaouen, Tetouan and some other cities.

The Embassy states that citizens must comply with the instructions of the local authorities in Morocco through the Embassy’s phone number 00212537633,000 and the Consular Department’s email address: RBACON@MOFA.GOV.SA; For Saudi Affairs Tel: 212678748010 and for Saudi Email: SAUDISMAEMB@MOFA.GOV.SA

Regarding the Saudi embassy in Madrid, he called on citizens in different regions of Spain to be careful and respect the instructions of the local authorities.

The Embassy urges all citizens to contact the Department of Saudi Arabian Affairs at the following phone numbers to request assistance and in case of emergency.

0034672538005 or 00346900111111

The Saudi Arabian Embassy in Lisbon has warned Saudi citizens and residents in Portugal or those coming to visit the country to exercise caution and stay away from dangerous areas. This happened following the declaration of a state of emergency by local authorities in Portugal following the spread of forest fires.

The Embassy invites everyone not to hesitate to call the following phone numbers: +351924227545 or 213041750.

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