Only few days after the re-opening of the Iranian embassy in Morocco, Iran loosened the visa requirements for Moroccan citizens, who can get it now once they arrive to the said country, as is the case with Turkey.
However, Moroccans who have visited Israel will not be allowed in, as the newly released communiqué stresses that “the admission will be refused to holders of passports or travel documents containing a visa/stamp for Israel.”
Moroccans “traveling as tourist can obtain a visa on arrival, for a max stay of 15 days,” the statement noted further.
Moroccans “must report to the police within 8 days after arrival.”
“Admission will be refused to women not wearing Islamic head cover, scarf, long sleeves or stockings,” the communiqué closed.
The Moroccan Times.