A small group of immigrants manages to enter Melilla in a new leap to the fence

A small group of immigrants of sub-Saharan origin has achieved this morning access Melilla by jumping the fence in a new night of migratory pressure, which repr

A small group of immigrants manages to enter Melilla in a new leap to the fence

A small group of immigrants of sub-Saharan origin has achieved this morning access Melilla by jumping the fence in a new night of migratory pressure, which represents the fifth incident on the border perimeter with Morocco during the last two weeks.

Four sub-Saharians have reached the temporary stay center of immigrants (CETI) and have been waiting at the gateway, where they have been facilitated water, bread and masks.

Immigrants affirm that they are not the only ones who have entered Melilla in this new leap to the fence and that they come from Mali, although at the moment there are no official data from the government delegation in the Autonomous City.

This entry attempt, in which a more numerous group has participated that has been contained by the security device, has occurred in the area close to the Chinese district border crossing, the same where last Thursday more than 300 immigrants tried Skipping the perimeter and 238 achieved it.

This point of the fence has maintained the reinforcement of several patrols and agents of the Civil Guard and the National Police until after eight in the morning and lacks, just in the section where the entry attempt, of the inverted combs installed Recently by the Ministry of the Interior at the vulnerable points.

Also on the device has intervened the local police, cutting traffic on the ring road in the section between the Chinese neighborhood border crossing and the airport.

Similarly, the helicopter of the Civil Guard has participated, which has survived the perimeter to try to detect the movements of the group that has approached the perimeter.

Updated Date: 25 July 2021, 04:04

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