Due to the coup in Burkina Faso, Moroccan drivers are stuck in African countries and are demanding government intervention.
With the military coup that the Republic of Burkina Faso is experiencing, experts have warned to pay attention to the situation of Moroccan professional drivers in Burkina Faso and sub-Saharan Africa, warning of the consequences of the attack. due to the security situation in the region.
The Moroccan Organization for Multimodal Transport and Logistics has warned that professional drivers are stuck in Burkina Faso and parts of sub-Saharan Africa, Niger and Senegal.
The organization called on the Moroccan government and diplomats to intervene urgently to provide physical protection to beleaguered professional drivers in sub-Saharan Africa and provide them with essential food.
The organization expressed concern about the health of professional drivers and the possibility of them contracting a malaria epidemic due to climatic conditions in sub-Saharan Africa and the Western Sahel in light of the lack of drinking water and detergents.
He also warned of the possibility of Moroccan trucks being robbed due to the unstable security situation in the Republic of Burkina Faso and called on the United Nations peacekeeping force to facilitate and secure the passage and return of Moroccan trucks stranded on the border between Burkina Faso and the Republic of Burkina Faso. Mali.