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The Moroccan government to repatriate the remains of a Moroccan stabbed to death in Italy

The Moroccan consulate in Milan. / DR
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The Moroccan government will bear the costs of the repatriation of the remains of Mouhssine, a 29-year-old Moroccan who was stabbed to death in Milan.

This comes after an NGO in the city launched a fundraising campaign to help the deceased’s family repatriate his remains to Morocco. The money raised to repatriate Mouhssine will be sent to his mother who lives in a difficult situation in Morocco.

The operation was launched by Amrita Ceravolo de Monza, head of the Foodforall association, which every Sunday makes and distributes food to the homeless at the Milan Central Station. It was among this group that he met Mouhssine, a 29-year-old Moroccan, who arrived in Italy at the end of November by the Balkan route.

Mouhssine was loved by the volunteers of said association, who want to guarantee his last trip and allow the repatriation of his remains.

Two weeks ago, the Moroccan authorities announced that the mortal remains of Moroccans who died abroad can be repatriated.

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