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The Norwegian embassy's alleged improper sheltering of 2 dual-citizenship children (of Khalid Skah and Cecilie Hopstock) during their escape in 2009, led to a diplomatic dispute between the two countries. The children stayed at the embassy for 3 days. On the following day, Norway's ambassador (Bjørn Blokhus) left Morocco. One year after the incident, Moroccan authorities had not approved any new ambassador from Norway.
-  "Oslo could neither be unaware of, nor downplay the nature of the breaches made by its diplomats", Morroccan Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Co-operation press release (French language)
-  "Child custody case in Morocco", Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs press release
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