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RABAT, Aug 2- As the security situation in Libya continues to unravel, Morocco has set up a crisis management team made of respresentatives from various ministries, departments and organizations to monitor the situation faced by Moroccan nationals in Libya.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statemewnt here Friday that the team has been tasked with co-ordinating with the Moroccan diplomatic and consular services in Libya to establish a voluntary repatriation mechanism, as well as emergency intervention for Moroccan citizens in the country.
The ministry has also set up a number of toll-free numbers for the people to make enquiries about the situation in Libya.