الجمعة 22 نوفمبر 2019 م, الموافق لـ 24 ربيع الأول 1441 هـ آخر تحديث 22:57
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Internet was cut off from VFS Global, which receives visa applications to France, because of the use of a virtual network without a license, Algerian Internet and E-communications Control Authority said on Sunday.

A statement of the Algerian IECAuthority said; “it should be clarified that any use of a virtual private network “VPN” outside the regulatory frameworks is considered a violation of the laws and regulations in force, and therefore the user is required to declare and comply with the measures in force”.

“The IECAuthority, by virtue of the laws and regulations that are governing electronic communications in Algeria, remains at the service of all customers to study their files as soon as they are received as required by the legislative and regulatory texts in force”.

The response of the Algerian IECAuthority came after the French General Consulate in Algiers issued a statement on the suspension of processing of visa application files after the interruption of the Internet services of the VFS Global center in charge of studying the visa files of Algerian applicants.

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