The General Directorate of National Security (DGSN) has mobilized more than 5.00 police officers, from the various units and security services, to secure the final of the African Cup of Nations under 23 (CAN U23) , having pitted, Saturday evening at the Prince Moulay Abdellah Sports Complex in Rabat, the Moroccan and Egyptian selections.
The DGSN has mobilized specialized technical teams and intervention groups to take charge of all the organizational aspects that accompany major sporting events in order to ensure the conditions for the success of this match, which comes in the wake of preparations for the launch. of the joint Moroccan-Spanish-Portuguese bid to host the 2030 World Cup.
On this occasion, the Director General of National Security and Territorial Surveillance, Abdellatif Hammouchi, paid a field visit to the Prince Moulay Abdellah Sports Complex to inquire about the various security measures put in place by the Prefecture of Police. of Rabat to ensure the controlled management of this meeting.
Accompanied by senior DGSN officials, Hammouchi inquired about the security measures and devices put in place in and around the stadium and also inquired about the security protocol adopted in the distribution of the various police units mobilized. to secure this continental football event.
The Director General of the DGSN also followed a detailed presentation of the action plan provided for this purpose, as well as the measures taken to guarantee the fluidity of traffic, before and after the meeting, insisting on the need for the involvement of all the security services to ensure a safe environment allowing this match to take place in the best conditions and in a way that lives up to Morocco’s reputation at the regional and international levels.