Moroccan security forces have dismantled a Daesh cell in the North African country, according to the Interior Ministry on Tuesday.
In a statement, the ministry said three militants had been detained for links to the Daesh terrorist group.
The terrorists, aged between 18 and 31, had been active in the cities of Nador and Driouch in northern Morocco.
The ministry said the militants were inciting support for Daesh and plotting to carry out terrorist attacks in the country.
“This operation confirms the continuation of terrorist threats and insistence of those who are obsessed with the extremist ideology of Daesh,” the ministry said.
According to latest official figures released late 2018, Morocco has dismantled 183 terror cells since 2002.