الـعـربية Español Français English Deutsch Русский Português Italiano
Monday, June 01, 2020
Major Event

The Council of the region Dakhla Oued Eddahab announced the launch of a digital registry office in coordination with the Digital Development Agency (ADD), as part of measures taken by the public authorities to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus (Covid-19).


This initiative, which is part of the precautionary measures aimed at guaranteeing the safety of citizens in these exceptional circumstances, aims to limit the movement of citizens and stop the spread of the new coronavirus, said a press release from the Council.


This new service allows users to file their administrative correspondence remotely via (https://courrier.gov.ma/virtualbo/), in exchange for a digital acknowledgment of receipt containing the number and date of correspondence to simplify tracking remotely, via e-mail address or telephone, specifies the same source.


In this context, the chairman of the council, El Khattat Yanja, called on citizens to take advantage of this electronic service capable of limiting travel to Council headquarters, unless necessary, and adhere to the requirements of the state of emergency decreed by the government.-News on Western Sahara / Corcas-

 

 This website shall not be responsible for the functioning and content of external links !
  Copyright © CORCAS 2020